Showing posts with label Fabric. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Fabric. Show all posts

Monday, November 22, 2010

What can you do with fabric?

We introduced fabric into our product line this last August, I will admit to you that I did not own any until my last order a week ago. Now I can honestly say I love it! And this week it is 50% off so of course I ordered more. And wait until you see the fabric in the next mini catalog...yummy!
So here is what I have done so far. I made two coasters, one I free handed a heart and the other I used my big shot to die cut the scallop square shapes. I had some iron on fleece that I sandwiched between and taught myself the blanket stitch from the internet. Voila! Cute. I think you could also add a bit of ribbon and make them sweet tree ornaments.
The second thing I did with the fabric was add it to a card, of course. I had a leftover strip of the polka dot and I just wrapped it around as I would ribbon and tied it on. Again, very easy. The fabric I chose was the Candy Cane, and I did that because I felt it was more versatile. I knew I could use it for reasons other than Christmas. The card I made is using a birthday set. And the caosters can really be out all year.
The fabric assortments come in two sets, Candy Cane or Deck the Halls, and each set has three extra-wide fat quarter design panels. They are usually $9.95 but this week, ONLY $4.98, I know because I just picked up two more Candy Cane sets. I plan on doing a lot more, especially since I found there is all sorts of ways to iron fabric together as opposed to actual sewing. SO stay tuned I planto share a lot more in the future!

Happy Stampin',

Monday, March 1, 2010

Fabric Flowers

Are these not the cutest things you have ever seen? I made them last week using the SU! Flower Fold die cut (item 115970, $42.95) and some fabric I found in the remnant bin at a craft store. They can be made into a hair tie, barrette, broach, or decoration. I especially love the one for St. Patty's day. I am selling these. If you would like one they are $4, you just need to let me know which of the options above you would like and which style. The blue one is 5" across and the green is 4" both can be made smaller for $3/ea. I can also do custom colors, they are so much fun to make! If you are lucky enough to be in my stamping club, we will be making these beauties at our next meeting, along with some other fun fabric items!

Happy Stampin'

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