THIS POST WAS FOR THE
"Love is in the Air" Blog Hop posted by Paulette
on January 28, 2012
I used the "Fabric Paper" Stack by DCWV
for my project.
My project is creating Valentine cards using the newest
DCWV "Adhesive Fabric Paper".
This card is created using DCWV "Adhesive Fabric Paper".
The card front and top layer are cut from the fabric paper and then stitched (after all it is fabric!).
The hearts are cut from the Fabric Paper (do not remove the paper backing) using the Cricut Create, stitched, and then layered with Velum hearts (used a paper punch). I embossed the Velum hearts with Cuttlebug embossing folders. To cut the Fabric Paper in the Cricut Create, I lay the fabric side down on the mat and cut from the backside. I put the speed and pressure on high, the blade depth (on the blade housing) on 6, and cut the image twice.
The embossed area of the hearts is highlighted with Colorbox ink "Pink"
The pink flowers, pink cloth ribbon, and small beads are from my stash.
I made the stick pin using a corsarge pin from Walmart and an assortment of beads from my stash!
This is the "Adhesive Fabric Paper" stack that was used.
Close-up view of the fabric.
The backing peels back to leave a fine layer of beautiful fabric that can be used on a variety of projects!
This cards shows two other fabrics that are in the stack. The Rosette is cut from the Fabric Paper using the Tim Holtz rosette die and the Cuttlebug. The Fabric Paper did not cut as clean as the Cricut, I had to clip some fibers. A sheet or two of cardstock added to the 'sandwich' in the Cuttlebug would have been helpful. I left the backing on the Fabric Paper to give it 'body'. The ribbon, trim, and sticker are from my stash. The paper edge trim is a Martha Stewart edge punch. The stick pin is a Walmart corsage pin with assorted beads added.
A different sheet of the Fabric Paper.
The crinkle ribbon is a gift from Shelia "She's a Sassy Lady"
Metal heart embellishment is from my stash
Not a Valentine card, but I wanted to show that you can use the Fabric Paper with the
Cricut Cartridge "Flower Shoppe"!
The flower is 'Design 1'. I left the backing on the Fabric Paper to give it dimension. The stick pin is a corsage pin from Walmart with an assortment of beads from my stash.
Here's the Blog List of those that participated in the Blog Hop!Paulette from http://scrapalette.blogspot.com/
Dana from http://danascraftycorner.blogspot.com/
Beth from http://thunderbirdlindybydesign.blogspot.com/
Sis from http://papercraftscissors.wordpress.com/
Doreen from http://polkadotpaperprincess.blogspot.com/
Cindy from http://www.inlovewithpaper.blogspot.com/
Deb from http://www.queenmommy.com/
Michele from http://www.michelegreen.com/
Carolyn from http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com/
Colleen from http://scrappycol.blogspot.com/
Elizabeth from http://www.217creations.com/
Sukie from http://www.scrappindhilly.blogspot.com/
Sharon from http://designsbysharon.blogspot.com/
Renee from http://icameisawicreated.blogspot.com/
Tammy from http://www.scrapcavecreations.com/
Brenda from http://happyscrapper64.blogspot.com/
Amy from http://scrap-pix.blogspot.com/
Jami from http://thepaperfarm.blogspot.com/
Terri from http://scrappinwiththebug.blogspot.com/
Meg from http://peacockpaperie.blogspot.com/
Thank you for visiting my blog today! I hope you have learned something from your visit! Comments are always appreciated!