02 July 2009

fabric paper

Yesterday I made a new piece of fabric paper. I have got old music-papers from my SIL and nice paper napkins from Maureen (GB)
Now I have to iron it, cut it up to postcards and atc's and add some embroidery or something else. If you scroll down on this blog you find the receipt how to make it at my first piece :)


Tricks said...

I love the colours in your fabric paper. This blue is my favourite and the flowers and wonderful, it will be interesting to see what you do with these Ati. Regards Tricia

gaylenona said...

This is so beautiful - the colors and the composition work together very well. Do you know where there is a tutorial on this, or could you give us some hints about your process.

kerrykatiecakeskeb43 said...

This is lovely, Ati! I am fascinated with how it was done!

paru's_circle said...

awesome blog.. just found you through friedas

Mona said...

Nydelige farger. Er jo bare helt skjønt. Du lager masse flott. Jeg har ikke fått startet på min cracy quilt blokk enda, men det er mange uke igjen av ferien enda.

hannie said...

Wat is dit mooi Ati! Prachtige combinatie! Gebruik je naast de servetten ook "gewone" afbeeldingen van papier? En verwerk je ze verder op stof of ook op papier? Ik deed dit enkele jaren geleden op houten kistjes of dozen. Eerst de ondergrond schilderen met acryl, en als de afbeeldingen erop zaten aflakken met acrylvernis. Maar dit is heel apart!

libbyquilter said...

hi Ati~!~
another beautiful sheet of fabric paper~!~music and flowers~!~how can you go wrong?
btw: about how large do you make your sheets of fabric paper? when my daughter and i tried it we used a half yard cut of 44" wide muslin as the base . . . seemed it a bit large . . . am wondering if i should try working smaller next time.


Patricia said...

Ati, haven't been here is a while and am awed by this fabric/paper process. Have spent nearly an hour going back and forth reading. Have caught up on your news and projects (lovely as always). Hopefully, my life will remain fairly calm and I will not be so long away from my blog friends.
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