Say “Fabric!”

Natalie McConnell, Editor

Nothing says on-trend like cameras that have been out of commission for decades. Right now vintage and retro cameras are the hip thing both in and out of the scrapbooking industry, and we LOVE them! Check out these great fabrics that incorporate our camera love, and whether you cover an entire layout, die cut a title, or cover chipboard, fabric is a great way to add personality and texture on your layout. Take a look at these fun patterns from a variety of fabric companies!

Camera Love by Misstiina (

Vintage Cameras Dark Teal by Paper Sparrow (

Vintage Cameras by Amy Walters (

Polaroid in Green by Maker Maker (

If any of you have fun and innovative ways to use cameras, fabric, or both on your layout we would love to see them, so feel free to share a link to your gallery or layout!

Happy shooting!

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7 Responses to Say “Fabric!”

  1. Mary Rogers says:

    I have a ton of “camera” inspired layouts – this is one of my favorites!

  2. Michelle Price says:

    Adorable-I love the vintage camera craze! Now I will have to get my hands on some of these!

  3. Kim Watson says:

    Ah! these are seriously cute! Sigh! I would love the green Polaroids on cushions for my sofa!

  4. Mou says:

    Love these, Natalie!

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