Another Way To Use 4x6 Printables - plus a few extra jj tips





This junk journal was made from a hardcover book. I wanted to use a printable journal kit in a different way than binding the kit pages 'as is'. The 'Loving Sweetness' kit here features 4x6" images.

I also used my hidden pamphlet stitch technique and a hair elastic and button closure.

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Jun 17, 2016
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by: Debbie-Anne

Hi Deb, you can't tell I guess on the video, but the stitches are visible on the other side where I've sewn things onto the page. And yes, when I took this book apart, I kept the double pages intact (the book was originally sewn binding, not glue), so they were ready to be bound back in. And for the 4x6 images, I cut the images separately and glue/sewed them. The printables usually have two images side by side for making signatures but ppl can cut them and use them to suit their needs, as I did here. I hope I answered your questions. If not, feel free to come over to our new FB group and ask me specifics there and I'll be happy to demonstrate with photos if I can. Thank you!

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by: Deb

Debbie,
Did you glue two pages together? Because when you stitched lace or picture on your page you didn't see the stitching on the page behind it. And when you said you used the pages from the book are they the width of the two pages... I'm sorry I don't know how to ask. When you use the 4x6 print outs for your mini book you print two pages together and fold that for the signature? I probably should go look at a printable page. Thanks for your time! Deb

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