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I'm a long time digital and papercrafter. Here you'll find videos, tutorials, crafting tips and digital printables for junk journals, ephemera and card making.
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Recycled book pages made into tags with washi tape highlights
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Corner pockets made from book pages

Using up book pages

Do you find yourself with lots of book pages left over when you make junk journals? Well, here are two video tutorials showing great ways that you can use up old book pages to make ephemera for your journals. Once they are made, you can decorate them with the fussy cuts you prepared earlier!

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Collage pages from Paris Nights digital collection by FlipCatCraft

Paris Nights – Digital kits

I am very excited to announce the launch of my new two new Paris Nights digital kits! There is a collection of journal pages, plus the Paris Nights ephemera add on kit. This beautiful vintage Paris themed set is suitable for use inside junk journals, on cards, mini albums and scrapbooks.

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FlipCat Craft freebie with mailing list sign up - digital download fussy cuts

What are Fussy cuts?

I remember first reading the phrase in a craft magazine about 10 years ago, and thinking ‘What are fussy cuts? Why is everyone suddenly talking about them?’ As it turns out, it is a term that originally came from the fabric crafting world, and referred to cutting out a specific image or segment of fabric

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Hand made card with sepia butterfly over striped background, featuring ribbon roses.

Getting started with junk journals

Like many makers out there, before I got started with junk journals, I was deep in the world of handmade cards. In my case, I was sick of European style Christmas cards full of snow scenes. I wanted to make something more representative of the Australian summer experience.

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