Sun, Oct 18|
Winchester Bldg-Evans Park, Lower Level
Junk Journal Workshop
Join in the fun as we use scraps from our eco-printing workshop, tea stained papers, stamps, paper bags and more to create a fall themed Junk Journal. Learn how to use and make things like printables, belly bands, tuck & flips, corner rounders, and flip-outs. Beginners welcome!
Time & Location
Oct 18, 2020, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Winchester Bldg-Evans Park, Lower Level, 563 Maury Hill St, Spring Hill, TN 37174, USA
About the Event
What is a Junk Journal?
A Junk Journal is a handmade book made up of new and recycled items such as scrapbooking papers, tea-stained papers, ledger paper, children’s alphabet paper, magazines, brochures, music sheets, envelopes, packaging, brown paper bags, maps, greeting cards, post cards, doilies, to name a few. The book covers can be made from cereal boxes, old book covers, file folders or any stiff card boards. The list is endless, and only limited by your creative imagination!
Junk journals can be themed according to an event, season, project, your favorite color, writer or artist. For example, if you are going on a beach vacation, then the junk journal can be decorated with creatures from the sea, shells, fruity drinks, bright colors trees and beach umbrellas. The contents can be an airplane-ticket, a map of the coast, or menus from restaurants. If fall is your favorite season, then use some pumpkin images, ghosts and goblins, colorful leaves, and footballs to embellish your journal.
Making junk journals is really fun and can be addictive. They also make nice gifts for a mom to be, bride to be, or crafty friend, and they come in all shapes and sizes.
If you have scrapbooking papers, maps, tickets to events you have attended, used greeting cards, ribbon, lace or other "pretty" scraps lying around - feel free to bring them to further personalize your journal.
No previous experience necessary. All materials and supplies are provided - $5 supplies fee, due at class.
Sponsored by Spring Hill Parks & Rec. Instructed by Robyn Barber.
Oct 18, 2020 | 2:00 - 4:00 pm