Thursday, May 27, 2010

Thursday's Fabric, Felt, and Tulle Projects

Erin cut these cute dinosaurs from a worn pair of her son's pajammas. Since the rest of the fabric was quite stained and worn, she replicated the pattern by stamping her background cardstock to match. She also used pieces of matching felt from Fancy Pants.

For this week's project, Karen used a digi image for her main focal point on her card and accented it with pink felt embellishments she found hidden in her stash!

Pia used an old pair of jeans and cut out the pocket from them. She used a metallic frame to decorate and date the pocket. She also stuffed the pocket with things her ds loves: ice cream stick, pen and a paint brush. Pia used Cosmo Cricket pp´s and the background paper is Basic Grey "Periphery". Title in English: - This means trouble -

Lisa H used felt by Fancy Pants (flower, scallop border and word "YOU") on this layout featuring My Mind's Eye So Sophie papers. Lisa used Zip Dry Glue to adhere her felt embellishments quickly and easily.

To completely embrace this week’s challenge, Pam started with Donna Downey’s Canvas Apron. After using glimmer mist to create the background, she added a variety of fabric accents as embellishments. She used various fabric flowers by Prima, a canvas tag from Maya Roads Canvas Tag Album and the “laugh” applique from Donna Downey’s Fabric Words. As a final touch, she added some of Prima’s tulle ribbon.

Tanya used Wink Wink Ink's "Little Bird" digital stamp to make a birthday card for her daughter's friend. The digital sentiment on the inside reads "that I should wish you a happy birthday." Tanya also used two pre-made pink tulle flowers, and then made a matching white one for the triad of tulle flowers in the corner.


Kate said...

Those projects are amazing!! I am so impressed with them all!

Tanya Rudd said...

What great projects ladies. WOW!

Sasya said...

great projects!! i love Pam's work, it's incredible!

Deanne @ Three Trees said...


Deanne :)