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Archive for May 19th, 2013

Teesha Moore inspired Fabric Journal

I watched Teesha Moore’s 4 part video tutorial on fabric journals a few weeks ago and was inspired to make one of my own.
I used all recycled materials apart from the paper which is actually lining paper for decorating…so it’s sortof recycled lol.
There’s a few embellishments including some simple wirework and old jewellery.
I will likely add some sort of closure to this journal but I haven’t decided yet whether it needs it.
I learned a lot making this journal and will definitely be making more…but probably smaller ones.

Thank you to Teesha for her wonderful inspirations.

Teesha Moore video 1


Written by carolecarrick

May 19, 2013 at 3:24 pm

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