I love this banner made using Pink Persimmon stamps. Fabric, and especially canvas, is very hot right now. And it is very easy to work with. The video tutorial covers how to stamp on fabric, including the ink, and a special tip on how to keep the edges from fraying. And while I use canvas, the tips apply to all fabric.
(use your imagination…wouldn’t this be darling hanging over a birthday table set-up, instead of my renter’s taupe walls? :))
Direct link to the video: STAMPING ON FABRIC
To tie all the banners together, I used my CropODile to create the holes. Its not perfect, but does clear enough to pass whatever ribbon, or in this case, twine you would want to pass through.
The felt “buttons” that are also at the joint were adhered to the banners and twine with Elmer’s Fabric and Paper glue. Love the stuff. It holds. And it works perfectly for fabric to paper.
Have fun stamping! thanks for stopping by!
Supplies: Stamps (Pink Persimmon-Vintage Cupcake, Banner Outline with Rosettes, Cute as a Button, Polka Dot Mushroom (for polka dots), Ink (Stewart Superior Palette Noir, Bella Rose), Fabric (Hancock Fabric Store), Felt (WalMart),Patterned paper (My Mind’s Eye Quite Contrary Little Boy Blue), Twine (Divine Twine), Buttons (Papertrey Ink), Gems (Hero Arts)