This one is really simple and quick done but also fun.
For my first bunch of buttons and pins I needed a display fast. It had to be a eye catcher and safe me some room on the table for other stuff. And you only need a
- picture frame and a
- piece of felt that fits into the frame
This years october gives me so much energy and inspiration. 😀
In case you missed my Freebie for Friday the 13th, I dicided to keep it on my website, so when you still looking for something funny to wear on Halloween: Here you go! ;D
And what can I say, I learned my lesson. XD I used liquid paints for this one but I think next time I’ll try spray paints. >___>
I really love stencils and stamps but I genuinely suck in cutting and carving. But I’ll wont stop trying! You need:
- Paint for textils (for dark textils in my case), I used „JAVANA“
- A brush or sponge to dap on the paint
- cardboard or foil (I used semi transparent plastic sheets) to cut you motive in
- scalpel (its best knive for stencils)
- your mirrored motive (to transfer on you stencil material or to lay under when you use transparent foil)
- a cardboard to put it underlay your textil
- binder clips to fix the texil on the cardboard/foil
Step by Step 😉
I kinda like this rough texture 😀
Uhh, pretty green :O
I’m still figuring out how my business cards should look. But in the meanwhile I quickly crafted some at home, just in case. 😉
- strong colored crafting paper (or white, whatever you want the cards look like)
- a printer
- any program you can use to design and arrange a sample sheet
- one of your pictures (just lineart in this case) with your contact data
- an long arm paper trimmer (this is way faster as with scissors)
It’s really that easy. The result is a simple and affordable set of cards.
I’m trying to make stamps. This time out of linoleum plates.
My youngest sister had birthday and I made an special button just for her.
It’s a picture of Dr Go from the anime „Cyborg Kuro-chan“. She’s a huge fan of this series. 😉
If you have to package such a tiny present, you have to be creative! So I put it the button in a glass with fluffy cotton so she wouldn’t see what it is too early! XD
It’s a little bit late, I know, but I had to make sure that the family not see their gifts before christmas. ;D
This things are not too complicated to make and you can find tutorials and even more creative ideas in the interweb.
After painting the motive it’s better to varnish it over with a transparent acrylic paint.
The best is to use very thin textile.
Oops, one pic is a little bit blurry. Sorry. ^^
I’m still a newbie by crafting and sculpting so this figurine turned out pretty simple. ^^;