Who Wants to Junk Journal with Elizabeth Neily

  • 15 Sep 2019
  • 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Beach Art Center, 1515 Bay Palm Blvd, Indian Rocks Beach, FL

Registration

  • Make a book using your original artwork, found and recycled materials. Collect and record your memories, thoughts, ideas, and inspiration. My junk journal showcases some of the memories of my life, loves and family. A junk journal can also be a daily dairy, a way to record your inspirations, an art journal, a theme book, or an artistic gift. The ways to create and use your journal are as limitless as your imagination. And it is a wonderful way to use up all the "cool stuff" we've collected over the years.


    In this workshop you will create a cover for your journal and, if time permits, some additional pages. Instructor will provide some materials for a small fee, but you are encouraged to use things your personal stash. It is best if you decide on your theme before you arrive in order to make the best use of your time during the workshop. Use some of your hand-dyed or eco-printed fabrics -- I used rust dyed for my pages. You can also use novelty prints focusing on cats, dogs, flowers, birds, etc. If you want it to be a journal to write in, then a good quality rag watercolor paper is best.


    If you have photographs you want printed on fabric, please let me know at least a week ahead of the workshop. There will be a $2.00 cost per page with up to 4 photos per page. ***Note: photos must be in a jpg format and saved at 300 dpi.


    What to bring:

    2 pieces of 8" x 15" for the cover and 8 x 7.5" for inside pages

    Scraps of fabric and other ephemera such as jewelry, beads, lace, ribbons, buttons.

    Fusible quilt backing for cover

    Fusible interfacing

    Photos printed on fabric (optional)

    Small artworks and watercolor paper (optional)

    Sewing Machine in good working order- student must know how to work their machine, bring the manual.

    Pins, needles and thread

    Scissors

    Cutting mat and rotary cutter

    Iron and ironing mat


    Instructor will bring:

    Scraps of lace, ribbon, and ephemera (small fee may apply)

    Photos on cotton fabric for students who requested them

    Paper cutter

    Cutting mat and rotary cutter

    Iron and 2 ironing boards

    Ironing sheets

    Sewing Machine

    Scissors

    Paper Towels

Register

Make a book using your original artwork, found and recycled materials. Collect and record your memories, thoughts, ideas, and inspiration.  My junk journal showcases some of the memories of my life, loves and family. A junk journal can also be a daily dairy, a way to record your inspirations, an art journal, a theme book, or an artistic gift. The ways to create and use your journal are as limitless as your imagination. And it is a wonderful way to use up all the "cool stuff" we've collected over the years.


In this workshop you will create a cover for your journal and, if time permits, some additional pages. Instructor will provide some materials for a small fee, but you are encouraged to use things your personal stash. It is best if you decide on your theme before you arrive in order to make the best use of your time during the workshop. Use some of your hand-dyed or eco-printed fabrics -- I used rust dyed for my pages. You can also use novelty prints focusing on cats, dogs, flowers, birds, etc. If you want it to be a journal to write in, then a good quality rag watercolor paper is best.


If you have photographs you want printed on fabric, please let me know at least a week ahead of the workshop. There will be a $2.00 cost per page with up to 4 photos per page. ***Note: photos must be in a jpg format and saved at 300 dpi.


What to bring:

2 pieces of 8" x 15" for the cover and 8 x 7.5" for inside pages

Scraps of fabric and other ephemera such as jewelry, beads, lace, ribbons, buttons.

Fusible quilt backing for cover

Fusible interfacing

Photos printed on fabric (optional)

Small artworks and watercolor paper (optional)

Sewing Machine in good working order- student must know how to work their machine, bring the manual.

Pins, needles and thread

Scissors

Cutting mat and rotary cutter

Iron and ironing mat


Instructor will bring:

Scraps of lace, ribbon, and ephemera (small fee may apply)

Photos on cotton fabric for students who requested them

Paper cutter

Cutting mat and rotary cutter  

Iron and 2 ironing boards

Ironing sheets

Sewing Machine

Scissors

Paper Towels


Elizabeth Neily

727-744-7051

www.elizabethneily.com

Neily Trappman Studio

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