I have lots of lovely items in my shop at Etsy and Ebay! These items make great gifts and are perfect for paper crafting, journal writing, happy mail and the fabric packs are great for various mixed media projects!
Shop Inventory: Journals, Journal Tags, Embellishments, Ephemera Packs, Fabric packs, and Mini Paintings.
I offer discount shipping and a free gift
“The starting point of discovering who you are, your gifts, your talents, your dreams, is being comfortable with yourself. Spend time alone. Write in a journal.”
— Robin Sharma
My wish is for you to be encouraged and to try something new.
A big part of my mixed media art adventure is to use all sorts of up-cycled fabrics. I have an endless supply of then and you can get a ton of use out of them. How do you use them in your craft? There are a lot of different ways to use fabrics.
Lately, I have been using my fabric squares and scraps for making journals, notebooks, journal and art tags, artist trading cards, bookmarks, altered playing cards, greeting card making, and collage work. These projects are great for any age, even two-year old’s!
Buying fabrics in retail stores are super expensive and many times the fabrics are only available in yards. Plus, one doesn’t always want to use new materials for these sorts of projects I mentioned above. That is why I have put together different size lots of up-cycled fabric cut offs and scraps bundles for sale at my ebay shop. I will do my best to provide a mix of fabric patterns weekly. All my material is in great shape and I make sure there are no stains, holes, or pilling. I do accept all reasonable offers on the price, so be sure to check out my store weekly!
The products I create and sell are an extension of my love for arts, mixed media, journal making, crafting and books. They are a reflection of my style and how I create.
All products are homemade or gathered and put together by me. The ephemera packs are great for journals, card making, journal cards, bookmarks and other craft projects. If you are not on Instagram and would like to purchase an item you see, please email me at email@example.com and I will reserve your item.
My Instagram LINK or copy and paste @stephsatjourney
You can also find me on ebay where I list almost daily. My shop name on ebay is layeredfinds. I will be adding books and other products soon.
Fabric Pack Information: I’ve got an endless supply of textile material from all sorts of upcycled clothes, scarves, and bedsheets. The materials range from cotton, rayon, polyester, silk, and denim.
I’m working towards each week, adding in new patterns. I can cut fabric swatches up to 12″×12″. Those sizes need to be customized, Contact me for more information about that and if you’re on the lookout for anything in particular.
I use the above mentioned fabrics for my various mixed media projects, including journal covers, pockets, tag making, belly bands, card making, bookmark making, collage work, mixed media art, and blanket making!
Products for Sale this Weekend on Instagram and more to be listed today:
Newly listed products on ebay as of yesterday amd a few more products available
*At this time, I’m only shipping in the United States.
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A page in my new fall journal I’m currently working in. I’ll show the whole journal once it’s completed. I really enjoyed putting this page together and the bookmark I made for the book. The bookmark is made from an image out of a magazine, scrapbook paper and a piece of left-over fabric.
The journal page is simple with a touch of paper collage, postcard and a authentic 1940s photo of a group of ladies. I’ll add a journal label to the bottom left of the page. The actual page I’m working on is from my 12” x 12” scrap-booking paper stash from the early 2000s and what a great way to use those big sizes of paper! I wonder who those ladies are and what their story is or was.
Journaling fills one’s soul with gratitude and healing calmness. It’s an appreciation for the old and the newness of life’s journey.
Happy crafty Friday!
Stephanie Hopkins Mixed Media Artist/Abstract Painter/Book Maker/Book Blogger