Saturday, September 10, 2011

More Fabric!


I was experimenting again with using fabric on my projects and I was thrilled with the results of this!  Here it is:


I used the Tasteful Trim die to cut two 9” scalloped pieces from the Spice Cake fabric.  I then ran two strips of Sticky Strip down the Spice Cake DP (how convenient that this paper is STRIPED!) and “ruffled” the fabric along the Strip.  I anchored it at top & bottom first, then the center and out from there.  Does that make sense?  I guess I could do a tutorial if I had enough interest, let me know what you think.  I then covered it with some Pool Party Ruffled Ribbon, added a button and my sentiment.  Here’s a closer look:


I am still trying to come up with ideas using fabric; if you have any to share, let me know!

Wee Details:

  • Stamps:  Fabulous Florets, Friendly Phrases
  • Paper:  Naturals Ivory, Pool Party, Spice Cake DP
  • Ink:  Early Espresso, Pool Party
  • Acc:  Tasteful Trim Die, Ruffled Ribbon, Sticky Strip, Button & floss, Lots of Tags Die, dauber

Who says you need a bath to play in the bathtub?

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Thanks for visiting today!


  1. Very pretty, LeAnne! Love the ruffled fabric and how it matches perfectly with the DP! I had no trouble understanding your directions...Thanks!

  2. Fantastic!! I'm going to be dving into my fabric stash this weekend - you're such an inspiration!!!! Looks like Cassidy is feeling more her old smiley self. ~chris

  3. Such a pretty the colors and love the fabric!

    Cassidy is such a little doll :) We are still away visiting my grandson.....awwww heaven!

  4. I just got my fabric on Thursday, but I'm afraid to open it! I hope I can figure out something to do with it. I love this card; why isn't my birthday earlier in the year so I can get that die?!

    You are rocking the fabric lately! I wasn't sure about using it on cards, but you are making me rethink that with all the gorgeous cards you've done.

  5. Love the fabric ruffles! Keep experimenting - your ideas are working great for a never-thread-a-needle person like me!

  6. This is a beautiful card and I think the fabric is wonderful on it. I would have never thought of using it the way you did. Wish I could come up with another way to use fabric, but right now my brain is not working right for any suggestions. Cute pictures of Cassidy. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda D.


    One hint: If you place your fabric in liquid starch or "fabric stiffener" (I forget the brand name)- after ironing, it will come out like paper and is magical to work with!

    The card is gorgeous, but how do you mail a card with ruffles?

  8. WONDERFUL LeAnne! Perfect instructions. Can't wait to try it. Looks like Miss Cassidy is feeling much better.


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