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Using Jipusi-yarn embroidery thread in your scrapbook is a fun

in Property Dealers Wed Apr 12, 2017 12:48 pm
by fujihd • 2 Posts

You can use jipusi-yarn Polyester Filament Yarn for many different arts and crafts projects. Using embroidery thread in your scrapbook is a fun, inexpensive way to adding a special touch to a page. This can be a great project for older children.

Entering a scrapbook store can be intimidating if you are new to the art. There are tons of scrapbooking accessories on the market today and its easy to be overwhelmed with creative ideas. The embroidery technique will not require a large amount out of your pocketbook; in fact, thread is not expensive at all. You can buy embroidery thread at Wal-Mart or any discount fabric store. Pick out colors that complement your photos. For example, use summer colors like bright yellows, blues and pinks for those pictures of the kids a the pool. The embroidery thread can add texture, depth, value, and color to your scrapbook.


Begin the project by choosing a page in your scrapbook. Set the page in front of you, so you can look at it from a visual layout standpoint. Does the page have a specific theme, for example, a page dedicated to Valentine's Day with x's and o's along the edges? You will be embroidering the sheet with your thread, so think in terms of "connecting the dots". You can connect the center of each X with the same color of thread, or you could completely outline every O in a different color. Poke the holes with your needle, and connect the dots. Make sure you do not have the holes to close to one another, so you avoid ripping the scrapbook sheet.

The page is your canvas and the embroidery thread ideas are limitless. Think about embellishing your scrapbook with embroidered boarders, or around photographs to hold them in place. Use your new embroidering skill to create colorful thread connections between captions. Put small (or large) decorative patterns on each corner. Embroider dotted lines around each picture. Have fun and enjoy giving your scrapbook a new edge to your regular embellishing techniques.

This new technique is an inexpensive way to add color and pizazz to any scrapbooking project and is a great way to spend a day with teenagers!

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