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Felt Photo Book


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You likely will already have most of the supplies listed and needed for creating this "Fun Felty Photo Book". Scrapbooking with felt can be as easy as pie, inexpensive to make and most rewarding too. Working with felt is so easy and allows you to be creative too, without having to deal with fussy, raw, raveling edges to hem. The colors for this book are bright for the Christmas Holiday Season and will make your photos POP. Also, might I add, perfect to create for yourself or for gift giving. Inspiration for this book was for the "Challenge". All ideas were of my own and is original to me. Pumping up a craft project that is a little different or new has always been in my mind and heart to do. I used the Cricut Machine and the cricut cartridge, "Stretch Your Imagination" for the pattern designs. Little Sizzix Letters, were used for journaling. Good Luck and enjoy as I have in making this little photo book! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Blanket stitch, Running stitch, Neat and even cutting with shears, Pattern Instructions. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Book Size, finished is, 5 1/2" X 9".

Recommended with this pattern

  • sewing needle and a long mending needle, sewing DMC floss in like colors of felt, liner brush, ruler, hole punch, scotch tape, tweezer, craft glue, craft card board, marking pen in white and blue, Olfa mat, rotary cutter and lip edge ruler, 4 buttons @ 3/4", ribbon or decorative twine @ 12", felt 1/4 yard each from; white, red, navy, coppe and kelly green, also felt scraps of various colors all from "JoAnn" fabrics, 4" x 6" clear photo pockets, paper scissors, fabric scissors, manicuring scissors.

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To create something wonderful, whether it be big or small, from a piece of paper or from a swatch of fabric or some wire and paint, really just about from anything we might imagine, to me, is the most rewarding feeling. Creating makes my world go Round.