Paper and Fabric

Dear Fellow Journalers, Do you have a favorite piece of fabric that you can’t  bear to part with? In what seems to me, a never-ending pick up/organization of my craft room, I found a box of fabric swatches. Some were the Fat Quarters” from Joanne’s but others were snippets from my past. I found part of a sleeve from one of my favorite dresses, the logo applique from a college sweatshirt, and a picture of wildflowers from a t-shirt. “I really should do something with these” I exclaimed! So I began to think. Some people I know have made quilts from older clothing but I’m  not a quilter. Some make pictures -wait I make journals!! I did some research on attaching fabric to paper. Of course, the initial topics were about covering journals but I wanted to put fabric Into journals. In February, I posted an article Stuck on Glue which detailed some glue products you could use to attach paper, charms, etc. Finally I found this web site :  http://www.ehow.com/how_6064973_glue-fabric-paper-digital-art.html   it tells you all you need to know and you only need a few things! Scissors, fabric glue, fabric, and paper! Let me know how your journal covered pages come out! ~Sallie Copyright 204 All rights reserved. You may reach Sallie at uniquelyyourscraftjournal@outlook.com   PS: Below are some fabric covered pages I found on the internet to give you some inspiration:

 

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