Some of my favorite colors are purples and pinks; I am a girly girl when it comes to flowers and butterflies in these colors. When given a variety of products intended primarily for fabric I imagined a beautiful scented Sashay to decorate the closet. During the process of creating this project I discovered some pleasant surprises, first that freezer paper can be used as a positive and negative mask for the same image using a die and different ink techniques, second that Vertigo can be colored with Fabrico markers, and finally that die cut and stamped fabric flowers can be successfully shaped into beautiful three-dimensional embellishments. Make one for yourself or as a fabulous gift that will be treasured for years to come.
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Imagine Crafts featuring Tsukineko
· Memento Luxe: Elderberry and Rose Bud
· Fabrico Markers: Ultramarine and Cherry Pink
· All Purpose Ink: Thistle
· Vertigo in Taffeta
· Heartfelt Creations Vintage Floret Die, Minifloret Precut and Open Vintage Floret precut stamp sets
· The Crafter’s Workshop Swirls and Dot stencil
· Cheery Lynn Designs Exotic Butterfly Small #2
· McGill Flower shaping kit
· Aleene’s Stiffen Quick
· Zutter Bows-It-All v. 2
· Miscellaneous: ¼ yard muslin, ¼ yard sheer fabric, 1 yard silk ribbon, ½ yard cotton twill ribbon, 1/8 yard iron-on interfacing, 6” embroidery hoop, scented vase décor, freezer paper, heavy duty aluminum foil, die cut machine & metal shim, low tack tape, white cardstock, tweezers, scissors, iron & ironing surface, paint tray, hot glue & glue gun, heat gun, clear drying adhesive, small glass beads, embellishment collection tray.