First I'll start with a banner I made using the Build a Banner Simply Created Kit (133507) and the Halloween Banner Simply Created Accessory Kit (132698). These 5x7 canvas banners are AMAZING!!
When you order the pennants in the kit mentioned you get a total of 18 blank paper canvas pennants (6 ea. of 3 designs). The kit comes with the stencils needed, 9' of jute twine and a spritzer. Then if you wanted to...you can order additional canvas pennants by ordering the Banner Simply Created Kit (132699) which comes with 18 more pennants and another 9' of jute.
Here is the tag:
Click here for the tutorial on how these cuties were made.
Next is my wreath...
I added the rosettes using the Witches' Brew DSP (132185) and additional embellishments. The stamped sentiment is from the Toil & Trouble Stamp Set (131724 W, 131727 C). The buttons were left over from the Halloween Banner Simply Created Accessory Kit!! Bonus!!
Next is this frame..I was in a store recently and saw this cute little Halloween Decor piece that I took a picture of and thought "Hmmm...I can make that!"
So I did!! I wasn't about to stitch or embroider the wording...it was easier to print it!! In real life..it really does look as though it was stitched! My daughter made me laugh too...she asked if the '3 monsters' meant the dogs...or the kids?? Hee Hee!
Here is another one using muslin..the first (black frame) was more like canvas a wee bit darker.
(This one is for a friend)...Shhh!!
Here is the video tutorial I found about how to print on canvas/muslin~ worked great!!
Tip: I have an inkjet printer, I read somewhere that a laser printer could actually burn the fabric.
Speaking of my '3 little monsters'...
They were so little here!! It was hard to choose which photo I wanted to use~ honestly...where does the time go?? I love the new Black & Orange Stampin' Glitter too (132206)...how does that work you ask?
Step one- stamp image using Versamark and sprinkle Heat & Stick powder (100625) over image (tap off excess).
Step two- Heat using heat tool and you'll see the powder melt. As soon as that has melted, pour glitter and it will stick to the image. Tap off excess again and heat set. Ta-da!
That's it for today...off to make some more goodies~ stay tuned!!
Let me know if you have any questions on anything!!