Hi everyone! I am here to share a micro planner I created using the Passport Diecut from Eileen Hull.
I wanted to make a planner out of fabric but I didn’t want it to be floppy so my solution was to use fusible webbing. First I cut the fabric and fusible webbing bigger than the actual diecut which you will need a total of four fabric and two fusible webbings cut off the covers and two fabrics and one webbing for the spine.
Next I ironed the both pieces of the fabric to either side of the fusible webbing…there are directions on how to do that with fusible webbing when you purchase it…and once it is cool run it through the diecut machine to cut the covers and spine. It is ten times easier to do it this way that cut each individually and then try to iron it all together. Ask me how I know? I have already done this on one of my projects that will be shared later on. 😁
I used Fabri-Tac Adhesive to adhered the covers and spine together according to the directions on the Passport Diecut and then I strung elastic cording through the holes in the spine and tied off according to the directions of the Journal Diecut. Since there was no way to keep the planner closed I punched a hole in the spine and added elastic cording.
Also I added a divider to hold sticky notes on. I used the leftover piece of a file folder…you know the ones that you can purchase at Target…it is perfect since it is sturdy.
I added two micro notebooks that I had purchased from Michael’s and now the inside of the planner is complete.
The outside of the planner I trimmed the front and back with lace, trim and Ric Rac. I also added charms to the closure and spine to finish it off. As always if you have any questions about this project please let me know.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Friday is awesome and enjoy creating!
4 thoughts on “Fabric Micro Passport Planner”
Tonya, I absolutely love this! Fabric scares me, but you made such an amazing album with it that I might just dare to try. Thank you for the inspiration and for joining us at Word Art Wednesday!Blessings, Misty D.WAW DT
Thank you Misty! I don't sew but with fusible webbing and Fabri-tac adhesive it was easy peasy. 😊
What a great little journal, and smart idea folding the 4×6 Project Life cards in half.Thanks for sharing with us for our Summer School challenge at Cut it Up!Evelynhttp://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com
Very pretty journal!Thanks for joining us at Cut It Up!