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lace card spool from cereal boxes video

Make your own lace card spool from cereal boxes, make them big or small. Cardboard cereal boxes are ideal for this handy little project. Lace card spools can hold enough lace for one signature, or go crazy and wrap as much on them as you like. free pattern Or you make them as a ribbon spool holder to tidy up your storage bin. If you use the inside of the cereal box, you get a nice-looking finish. Glue on tea dyed paper and stamp your favourite design on top. Packaging ideas put one or two in with the next happy mail you send out, with a precious piece of vintage lace just enough to sew down one page. Watch the ...

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Make this simple faux vintage notebook set for fun or for a tuckspot in your junk journal notebook. You can use them in your personal journal or YES! even journals you plan to sell. There are only 20 of these FREE discount codes, hurry now! get the instant download templates and free discount code here: Make yourself a simple faux vintage notebook to use in your junk journal. First 20 lucky shoppers get this free!! Plus there’s a BONUS small card pockets pattern set that comes with it for your ephemera. watch part two of the video here ...

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Kraft paper portfolio bag video

Kraft paper portfolio bag is just perfect to hold all your vintage ephemera or scrap papers. Make it as a junk journal portfolio they are so usefull and easy to make. Iv'e made the pattern to fit on an A4 size piece of kraft paper or kraft cardstock. The cardstock i used was 280GSM and approximately 200GSM and 80GSM. Any weight kraft paper will work with this pattern. Instant Download kraft portfolio template PDF pattern: PDF Instructions: Youtube Video: use it in your junk journals 4 1/2" X 6" Kraft Portfolio I will be using this portfolio in my next junk journal that I have made as a guest designer for Tracie Fox love Junk Journals. It's a beautiful hardcover journal ...

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Teeny tiny mini tags video

teeny tiny mini tags are my newest addiction, and I love them. They fit anywhere and fill all the little places that we need to fill as junk journalists. The tiny tag embellishments can be used on your stacks because you can make them out of your scraps so they match or not. Did I say their cheap, they are and they're easy to get ahold of or make. Cut them out by hand or use a die cut. Mini tag embellishments tags come in all shapes and sizes check out this one I made... I made this particular tag to go in a journal that i made for a challenge. The challenge was set by "Nik the Booksmith" and it was called "the ...

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Christmas Tag Rudolph has a red nose video

Christmas tag free printable for you to download and use as a gift tag or for your junk journals, my Christmas tag Rudloph has a red nose is very easy to make because all you have to do is print it, cut it out and tie a ribbon on the top and its ready to give. If you have distress inks it looks fantastic with a two tone colour around the edge  Use Glossy Accents on his nose and it glows History: Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer (Santa's ninth Reindeer)is a fabled reindeer created by Robert Lewis May. Rudolph first appeared in a 1939 booklet written by Robert May and published by Montgomery Ward, the department storeRudolph has become a figure of Christmas folklore  About the ...

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Thread spools cardboard spools that look wooden video

How to make Vintage cardboard thread spools that look wooden, 4 different ways. Cover them withpaper, paint or decorate them for craft projects. These handy thread spools can be used to tidy ribbon or thread or to organize and store offcuts. You can aslo make some for an altered project or theme, in the exact size needed. I saw some small wooden cotton reels on etsy for $30.00 for 20! At least with these you can make them any size you want and as many as you want, using your offcuts for free!   Thread spools are perfect for embellishments Make miniature cotton reels, heck, even make a half a one so that it can be glued onto a card. Check it ...

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Air dry or Oven dry tea dyed paper video

What's best, air dry or oven dry tea dyed paper? have you ever wondered how it's done and which method you should use? Is hot or cold water best? I have made this video with all those answers and more. I've even found an alternate way to flatten the paper if it's too wavey for you. If you have ever wondered how to tea dye paper, this video is for you! Or... Want to know the difference between air or oven dried tea dyed paper, this video is for you! Tea dyed paper is used to make pages in junk journals and travellers notebooks just to name two. It's used because it gives a lovely golden brown aged or vintage look to you're ...

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Money envelope gift portfolio set TN style image


Do you give money for Christmas? here's a great way to hand it over. Make a Money envelope gift portfolio set TN style, it's a bit like a travellers notebook.I'm also sharing this pattern with you because you are a loyal visitor to my site and I just love to share, find the pdf below. Do you give money as a gift? With Christmas so close, this is a perfect gift, the envelope has been designed to fit paper money in perfectly. No more boring cards and the money falls out when you open it, surprise everyone with this little beauty. People love good looking gift wrap, print out my free Money envelope gift portfolio set TN style template and make ...

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Foiling laser printer and ScanNcut technique video

Cut out text or patterns using this foiling laser printer and ScanNcut technique. You can even use your punches or a big shot if you don't have a Brother ScanNcut Machine. This way of foiling gives you the designer the freedom to foil your own designs Foiling with a Minc a Laser printer and a ScanNcut step one...print a large black square on a piece of smooth white cardstock step two...put that through your minc with a piece of reactive foil over the top step three...cut it out using your ScanNcut machine Foiling with a Laminator a Laser printer and punches step one...print a large black square on a piece of smooth white cardstock step two...put that through your laminator with a piece of reactive foil over ...

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