Mixed-Media Journal Projects

mixed-media journal projects

We’ve collected a variety of mixed-media journal projects, and we’re showing you how to recreate each of these fresh ideas at The Studio. Here are five of our top picks (listed clockwise from top to bottom) that we hope will jumpstart your creativity, so you can soar to new heights in your next piece.

Mixed-Media Journal Projects:

  1. Soar Journal Project: created with Pam Carriker’s I Will Soar Cling Mount Stamps and one of my favorite blank canvases: a large, Kraft-colored Moleskine
  2. Personalize your journal by stenciling a monogram on a piece of vintage fabric that has been sewn onto its cover in this free journal project idea.
  3. Create pages that you can journal on AND that will hold all of your sentimental treasures and ephemera with the help of this Baggy Book journal project.
  4. Mixed-Media Birds Journal Project: highlights Dina Wakley’s new cling stamps and Roben-Marie’s fantastic line of Art Pops products
  5. Stamp “soar” on a canvas sheet, then adhere it to the cover of your art journal to inspire your free-flowing thoughts each and every time you open it.

Francoise Journal

Visit The Studio, to explore more than 140 mini books and journal projects, featuring innovative techniques and creative ways to alter covers and inner pages.

Pictured at left: Francoise Journal Page Project by Anna Dabrowska

 

 

Cast Your Vote by Commenting Below! What kind of free project would you like to see [On the Blog] in the month of May?

a) Jewelry making
b) Stamping
c) Organization and home décor
d) Something stitched

 

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Posted: Thursday, March 20th, 2014 @ 9:38 am
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35 Responses to “Mixed-Media Journal Projects”

  1. Phyllis Krieg says:

    organization and home decor

  2. Gillian Wright says:

    Either jewellery or organisation and home decor :o)

  3. Jani Howe says:

    I’d love to see a stamping project – something that would look good in say, Take Ten. Something rather simple and not overworked.

  4. Carol Barol says:

    I’m a fan of all those choices but I’d say something stitched or an artsy jewelry piece would be nice!

  5. Donna Kalinowsky says:

    I love stamping projects and also mixed media so seeing can be added to a stamping project.

  6. Donna Kalinowsky says:

    Darn auto correct! I meant to say sewing added to stamping would be ideal.

  7. Sherri says:

    I’d love to see stamping creatively used in an art journal project.

  8. Susan says:

    Stamping please! It’s still my first love.

  9. judy hall says:

    I would love to see something in Home Decor/Organization. That subject is not featured very often and I am always eager for new ideas.

  10. Nancy Peterson says:

    I love tips on organization. I’m drowning in stuff!

  11. HawaiianLibrarian says:

    something stitched that is not clothung; books, cards, jewelry, scarves, other wearable accessories, shoes, tablet/phone covers, home decor…

  12. HawaiianLibrarian says:

    clothing not clothung! auwe. (Hawaiian for oy vey)

  13. catb says:

    Something stitched would be wonderful!

  14. Roberta says:

    Agh! I love them all! organizing is always an issue. jewelry is fun. it’s all good.

  15. Katie B. says:

    They are all wonderful topics but since I love to stamp, I think that I will choose stamping. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  16. Ava Gavloski says:

    jewelry for the month of may

  17. Becky Green says:

    DEFINATELY SOME STAMPING!!!!!!!!!!!!:) I was JUST accepted as a Design Team Member at FLOURISHES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:) So, STAMPING is MY VOTE!!!!!!!!!!!!! :p

  18. I love all the projects…but I would like to see Stamping! :-)

  19. cathy says:

    All four sound great to me! But if I have to pick – let’s go with organization – my studio is a complete mess and needs a good spring cleaning!

  20. Vickie says:

    Art jewelry would be great please.

  21. Angee says:

    Stamping!

  22. Jane Thomas says:

    I would like to see something stitched with the pattern included.

  23. Rebecca King says:

    Stamping!!

  24. Joni Gerking says:

    organization and home decor!

  25. Virginia Leiter says:

    I haven’t yet tried sewing added to stamping projects. I’d love to see that!

  26. susan hemann says:

    I would love to see jewelry making

  27. Laura Strack says:

    Something Stitched, would be my preference, but combine 2 of the choices – maybe a Stitched Home Decor Item.

  28. Dana D says:

    stamping or something stitched would be cool.

  29. Katyoparty says:

    I’m always looking for new organization ideas!

  30. Ella says:

    I want to see C ;D

  31. Sharon says:

    I would love to see some different techniques on stamping and craft organization would also be a big help for me in my craft room.

  32. janis says:

    stamping would be my vote

  33. stamping sue says:

    I’m all about stamping! like to learn new technique or a new twist on an old technique.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  34. Sue-on-the-farm says:

    Stamping! Mixerd-media altered art books/journals

  35. Margriet says:

    Love to see a stamp project and would not mind if there is some sewing involved.

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mixed-media journal projects

We’ve collected a variety of mixed-media journal projects, and we’re showing you how to recreate each of these fresh ideas at The Studio. Here are five of our top picks (listed clockwise from top to bottom) that we hope will jumpstart your creativity, so you can soar to new heights in your next piece.

Mixed-Media Journal Projects:

  1. Soar Journal Project: created with Pam Carriker’s I Will Soar Cling Mount Stamps and one of my favorite blank canvases: a large, Kraft-colored Moleskine
  2. Personalize your journal by stenciling a monogram on a piece of vintage fabric that has been sewn onto its cover in this free journal project idea.
  3. Create pages that you can journal on AND that will hold all of your sentimental treasures and ephemera with the help of this Baggy Book journal project.
  4. Mixed-Media Birds Journal Project: highlights Dina Wakley’s new cling stamps and Roben-Marie’s fantastic line of Art Pops products
  5. Stamp “soar” on a canvas sheet, then adhere it to the cover of your art journal to inspire your free-flowing thoughts each and every time you open it.

Francoise Journal

Visit The Studio, to explore more than 140 mini books and journal projects, featuring innovative techniques and creative ways to alter covers and inner pages.

Pictured at left: Francoise Journal Page Project by Anna Dabrowska

 

 

Cast Your Vote by Commenting Below! What kind of free project would you like to see [On the Blog] in the month of May?

a) Jewelry making
b) Stamping
c) Organization and home décor
d) Something stitched

 

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