Sunday, May 29, 2011

Day-II :- Using Fabric for ur craft projects


Today's project is very different i don't think u guys must have seen this elsewhere. This is a technique i invented a couple of years back . I am going to show you guys how to use fabric on ur craft projects be it cards, flowers, scrapbooks, tags, ATC's etc.
There are a wide variety of fabric that u can use like cotton, brocade, velvet, synthetic and cotton blends. Just as long as the material is a little thick and not too porous like chiffon, Georgette, satin and silk cannot be used as u will not get the same result.
So, here are the two projects u will learn in the video:-

Fabric Covered Card

Fabric Covered Tag

MATERIALS NEEDED:-
  1. Computer printer paper
  2. Fabric glue
  3. Desired fabric
  4. Scissors
  5. Tags, Chipboard Pieces, scrapbook page etc
  6. Cloth Iron
Watch the video for the method :-




If you have any queries and requests leave them in the comment box and i will definitely ans them!!

ENJOY

Ciao
Ash

8 comments:

  1. Wow awesome. Thanks for sharing. I luv it.

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  2. its a unique technique. i m going to try it. thanx 4 sharing.

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  3. You make everything luk so simple but i know ow mch effort really goes in!! Thanks for the lovely tutorial... might try this with some left over material from my wedding time tailoring :)

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  4. oh thats so lovely,i ll surely giv a try to this one,i just loved the tag...thanks a lottt

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  5. Wow Ash.This looks simple. I sew a lot and I also save a lot of fabric that is left over. Thanks for sharing this .I hope to use some of them on my card.

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  6. hi ash thanks for ur lovely comments on my blog and have to say your work is awesome i have seen ur cards in ICR and loved them all,this book mark and card is so lovely and thanks for the tutorial.

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  7. Lovley idea and great video thanks for sharing
    anandhirajan
    www.anandhirajansartsncrafts.blogspot.com

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