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Saturday, 29 October 2016

Fabric Journal Pages (by Judith)

Hello everyone, I have a final Autumn project to share with you this month, and decided to mix up some of my old favourite stamps to create a couple of pages in my journal. I created these pages using lightweight cotton fabric and used iron on interfacing to attach the pieces to my journal pages.

I coloured the fabric with water-based inks, and then stamped all of the images with Archival Ink. I frayed the edges of the fabric, before adding the interfacing, as it is much harder to do this afterwards.

I  have chosen lots of Autumnal stamps from my favourite sets: Autumn Poppy, Essence of Nature, Nature's Peace, Autumn Fairy Collection, Words of Wisdom, Woodland Design a Tree, and used rich, warm colours that remind me of the season. I hope that I have given you some ideas that you could carry into cardmaking if you do not want to try a bit of journalling yourself, as you could easily use these colours and images to make some beautiful cards.

Thanks for stopping by, Judith xx

6 comments:

  1. Gorgeous journal pages Judith, beautifully designed and coloured, Kate x

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  2. Fabulous journal pages and a brilliant idea -beautiful stamps and Autumn colours
    Carol x

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  3. Love very much the texture made stamping on fabric! Thanks for the useful tip on pressing!The autumnal colours and the stamps look fabulous!

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  4. Very nice, such a great idea :)

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  5. What a great idea to use fabric with interfacing for rigidity for your journal pages Judith, and the colours and Autumn themed stamps all work together beautifully. x

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  6. Fun and beautiful to see a light-coloured spread!

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