Hello Tape Fans! I am always browsing the net for our fans blogs and artwork posts. I love finding people who love our products and spotlighting them here on our blog.
I happen to spot these fabulous fabric flowers at Beth Johnson's blog
These flowers are absolutely stunning! I love that she used the doilies that we featured in yesterday's Tape Tip (which you can purchase at Michaels or most online stores that carry Martha Stewart products)
I love this adorable hand made gift box she created with one of her beautiful flowers. Felt is so versatile and fun to use and I am all about layering!
I love finding your work with Love My Tapes products so please post your work to our Facebook Fan Page or drop a comment in the Chatbox on the right side of the blog so I can be sure and see what you are creating!
Hello Tape Fans! I hope you had a fantastic holiday weekend! It's Tuesday and we have a quick and fun tape tip for creating a handmade border for your scrapbook pages or cards! I love these Martha Stewart doilies and our Jane fabric tape is perfect for creating a fun banner using these.
Choose any doily you fancy and cut it in half with a paper trimmer
Then lay them in a row so you can cover the top of each doily with tape
Then the tape over the back and it will hold the doilies like this
You can leave it just the way it's shown above or you can take your sewing machine and add a stitch
I also created a smaller banner for a card and added some buttons
These banners are fun and easy to create. I hope you'll create a banner using our fabric tapes and link it to this post so I can stop by and see your creation! Thanks for stopping by today!!
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Hey tape fans! We're cutting our Fabric Sheets with Cricut today! First they will cut with a reg blade or deep edge blade set at max for speed and pressure. I recommend cutting the same image over again and all you do is unload and reload and it will cut again in the same spot.
Load you fabric sheet fabric face down and smooth on really well to your Cricut mat. If you have the original cricut then cut the fabric to fit the 6X12 mat. I have found when choosing images do not choose ones with detailed cuts. Keep it simple like this bird house from the Cindy Lou cart.
Again set your speed to max and pressure to max and choose what size you want to cut. For this project I cut mine at 5 inches. Then push cut and when it's done peel back fabric sheet.
Punch out the holes.
Now cut the same size image on matching cardstock and use the shadow function so you can layer the fabric sheet over the solid card stock die.
Now just peel off the back of your fabric sheet and layer over the cardstock and you're ready to add it to a gift bag, scrapbook page or card!!!
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