Technique, Technique, Technique!

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Shaped Fabric Flowers for a Fragrant Sashay
by Neva Cole

Some of my favorite colors are purples and pinks; I am a girly girl when it comes to flowers and butterflies in these colors. When given a variety of products intended primarily for fabric I imagined a beautifully scented Sashay to decorate the closet. During the process of creating this project, I discovered some pleasant surprises. First that freezer paper can be used as a positive and negative mask for the same image using a die and different ink techniques, second that Vertigo can be colored with Fabrico markers, and finally that die cut and stamped fabric flowers can be successfully shaped into beautiful three-dimensional embellishments. Make one for yourself or as a fabulous gift that will be treasured for years to come.

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MAKE A WISH CARD – WATERCOLOR WITH PIGMENT INKS
by Martha Lucia Gomez

Experimenting is part of the fun. In today’s project, I used a stencil as a stamp over a watercolor surface. I colored everything with pigment inks to create the card that I wished! I can always innovate with these kinds of projects, just changing the colors or using other types of inks because you never know what will be the final result.

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