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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Stamping on Fabric

Jennifer McGuire is hosting Stamp Camp Week # 4 at two peas: http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/mb.asp?cmd=display&forum_id=52&thread_id=2797276 her class is how to stamp on fabric. I decided to play along and created this:



I started with a sheer curtain panel of curtains I am not using anymore. :) I had visions of Carol Burnett playing Scarlett OHara on her show wearing that curtain rod dress.

I stamped the damask background using my StazOn ink and heat dried it right away. The curtain is made from a nylon so I was very careful to keep my heat gun farther away to prevent melting. I did have some melting when I embossed. I stamped the entire piece with versamark and heat embossed using some iridescent clear embossing powder to give it the glimmer.

The butterfly was created usign the same material only I embossed the outline with a pearlescent blue embossing powder. Then I sprayed purple and blue glimmer mist over the image and let it dry. I than covered the entire image with versamark and embossed using clear iridescent embossing powder.

I used the leftovers from my border punch to accent the corners of my damask background.

Products:

  • Impression Obsession - Lofty Dreams
  • Hero Arts - Heart Winged Butterfly
  • Stampabilities - Tapestry Background
  • StaZon - Hydrangea Blue
  • Stampendous Pearlustre Sapphire
  • Jo-Ann CraftEssentials Iridescent Sparkle
  • Versamark Watermark Ink Pad
  • EK Success Border Punch
  • Pearls - Crystal Stickers

Thanks for stopping by...

Suzz



5 comments:

  1. How very cool Suzz! You rock!

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  2. Very elegant! Love the small details, especially the four corner embellies! Have a great day!

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  3. How lovely this is. And how creative you are for re-using discarded curtains.

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  4. Beautiful. What a great effect you got with the sheer curtains. I love the translucent butterfly. Daria

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  5. How beautiful. Love the edges and your butterfly too!

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