One stamp from each of three packages will do it...
Then go around the letters with black pen, fill in some of them with white for sparkle, use purple and pink colored pencil behind the words
heat set with iron when dry, which is within minutes
Trim and that's all the waste I ended up with. I didn't mind what size it finished, just trimmed to the largest it allowed.
Add just a bit of zentangle on the sign...
Wasn't until I saw this pic on the blog that I noticed the word IF show up. Cool.
I like this which is more intense in color in person.
Maybe different proportions. Opinions???
I've used this fabric in many many quilts.
The one at the top of the page is a new exciting black and gray fabric, go back and look... I'll wait...
How about this?
|Try to ignore the red and green ironing board cover.|
Of course I can't buy any more if I run out. It was a special fabric, overdyed by a vendor in Houston. Colored in with pencil by myself. The hexies are from a project where I used both these items. I haven't it shown it here but...
I show it in lectures ...
And here it is a bit re-arranged
It's not finished but on it's way. I imagine gold thread to quilt it.
Wouldn't it be fun to take an hour and see what you create?
Then tell me all about it? Just an hour to let your inner child play?
By the way, the words say:
"The Journey is never truly over, it just changed course"
I have finally chosen another border but am keeping it quiet (not showing) for the moment. It's a mix of a few of the ones shown.
The studio is a mess. But... it's always a mess because I start to clean then get excited about making something.
I don't ignore the muse when she speaks... I listen and hasten to do her bidding.