- using large grommets and your crop-o-dile punch, create binding holes along the left edge of your fabric page so that it can be included in a traditional binder album like a maya road chipboard binder. this is a great addition to any paper based scrapbook album since it infuses unique textures and tactile qualities of fabric into your memory project.
- use grommets and fasten multiple textile anthology pages together with binder rings to create a 100% fabric book. yummy!
- add grommets to both sides of your main page and add additional fabric pages to the sides to create an accordion album! so cool and infinitely touchable.
- make two fabric panels that are the same size, then create two narrow sides panels and a bottom panel that when stitched or fastetned together make a 'soft' box! this is so great for holding collectibles and memorabilia in a baby's room or as a gift for grandparents...
more ideas and photos will be coming soon!
i'm all jazzed up about making more of these touchable, lovable and huggable fabric projects. i just can't stop touching all my fabrics and embellishments... it's a bit of an addiction lol!
i'm off to the quilting store again this afternoon to pick up more lovely fabrics and then this weekend will be spent stitching new projects and sifting through my embellishments so that i can put together the most wonderful textile anthology kits. ahhhh... nothing like a little enabling huh?