Monday, January 7, 2013

Crafty Secrets CD's make beautiful printed fabric...

I created this framed fabric project for my guest designer position for Crafty Secrets this month.  I used freezer paper cut to 8.5 x 11 and pressed the fabric to the shinier side of the freezer paper, trimmed to 8.5 x 11 and put in printer. I used the Creating with Vintage Typography CD for the butterflies.

I choose the image I wanted and printed it, then I printed it again on plain cream colored paper.  From there it was simple embroidered stitches nothing complicated and stitched on some beads and glued on others. Added some bling and then dressed up the paper butterflies, bent the wings and put them on dimensional adhesive foam. Be sure to check out the Crafty Secrets blog for more great projects by the DT.

Be watching for my next project, super cute :) Thanks for looking

Supplies used (paper & fabric printed in photo from Typography CD)

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1 comment:

Crafty Secrets Heartwarming Vintage Co. said...

Your fabric wall art is fabulous Kristen and really shows off the versatility of being able to print on different surfaces.
Great job!