I have some thank you cards for some of the kids from musical theatre to share. I whipped up these cards rather quickly using Graphic 45's Magic of Oz paper pad.
This paper was perfect as it had images of Glinda the Good Witch, Wicked Witch of the West, The Tin Man, The Scarecrow, The Cowardly Lion,Toto and of course Dorothy. These layouts and designs are all rather similar which makes mass producing go a lot faster! Some of them have been sponged with Ranger's Antique Linen and Vintage Photo Distress Ink and all of the green paper has been sponged with Memento Tuxedo Bamboo Leaves. Glinda's dress has some Cotton Candy Stickles and Dorothy's ruby slippers and hair bows have Xmas Red Stickles added as well as the Cowardly Lion's bows. The Tin Man has Ranger's Glossy accents added to him.
The last card pictured above is the only one with stamping. I used Impression Obsession's Cover-A-Card Music CAC029 for the background stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black and the sentiment is from Graphic 45 Magic of Oz Set.
Here is a little Muslin treat bag.....
Here is how to stamp and color on fabric.....
~Iron the fabric on super low heat if there are any wrinkles for a smooth flat surface.
~Place a barrier between the fabric- I just used copy paper.
~Stamp your image using Tsukineko VersaCraft Ink (this is the best ink for stamping on fabric)- I used
the Dorothy image from Graphic 45 Magic of Oz.
~Starting in the center of your image use a dabbing or tapping motion to apply ink. This allows the ink to wick out to the edges.- I used Copic markers here.
~Use a flicking motion to help blend the ink.
~You can use your heat tool to dry the ink quickly to avoid bleeding.
~Move to another area to allow ink to dry completely before adding additional layers of ink or shading.
I doodled in a yellow brick road using a Copic Sepia multiliner. These bags are very inexpensive and make great personalized gift bags. Here is a link to where you can purchase them......Muslin Bags
I learned how to do this from Sherrie Siemens in the Copic Color and Ink Workshop. It was one of my favorite things in the class!
Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous day!!