Postage Stamp and Ephemera
Junk Journal

by Debbie-Anne

Here's the junk journal I've been calling 'Big Red'. I've included a variety of old ephemera and some cancelled postage stamps. My hope is that someday my grandson Michael and I can sit and enjoy the many interesting bits and pieces together.

Postage stamps are beautiful tiny works of art and this journal allows me to feature some of my favorites in the red, black, and blue colors that I used to make the book.

I hope you'll enjoy the walk through!

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Junk Journal

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Jan 25, 2017
Attaching single pages
by: Joy

Loved your journal and was fascinated by all the vintage pieces and stamps, etc. Definitely something to treasure. Can you please explain how to attach single pages to a journal? I can understand how to stitch double pages and long envelopes for example, but not single sheets. Thank you for all the information you share.

Jan 09, 2017
Thank you Silk!
by: Debbie-Anne

I have a tutorial on this technique on the page called 'hidden stitch spine', you can get to it on the left of this page. Thank you for watching and commenting!

Jan 08, 2017
Binding pages
by: Silk Jackson

This journal is Amazing & I so love it. Was curious how you bound the signatures in the book spine. I couldnt figure it out.

Jan 07, 2017
Thank You Jill And Bettsi
by: Debbie-Anne

Thank you so much ladies, and I do hope to share this book with my favorite boy someday!

Jan 07, 2017
by: Jill

This book is fabulous, all the detail and ephemera are perfectly placed. Luv it!!

Jan 07, 2017
Postage stamp junkie here!
by: Bettsi Ledesma

This is a super fun journal, Debbie. The colors are so fun and the stamps are great. Who knows? Maybe little Michael will start collecting stamps to add to your journal in the future!

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