Tuesday, April 1, 2008

My worlds are colliding!

Sewing and Stamping....too fun! Why not get more use out of all my rubber stamps, to make custom (no one has one like it) projects. Love that aspect! Thought this would be cute for my teenage daughter for her pencils for school. Owls are very hip you know. I paired it up with some very cool Amy Butler fabric. Yes, she has fabric! You know all that cool K&Co paper we buy is inspired by her fabric line. Anyway, I stamped the Cornish Heritage Farm images on white fabric.
Look for fabric with a high thread count (tight weave) you will get a cleaner impression this way.
I colored in my owl with my copics...If you got em' you might as well use em'.
Another cool thing. The little charm pull I cut out the fabric with my circle nesties...the batting too.
Here are the rest of the deets! Look for more fun projects like this from me. I'm just getting started!
URA hoot (CHF)
Bold Curls (CHF)
Burnt Umber (palette)
Tea Leaves (versamagic)
Amy Butler fabric
White (high thread count cotton fabric)
copic markers to color the owls
batting for the pull charm
nestabilities to cut the fabric and batting for the pull charm
MM button


Jessica F. said...

Adorable little pillow - I bet your daughter loves it. Thanks for sharing. :)

Williams Family said...

Cute project, Sherrie!

Mary Dawn said...

i LOVE this!

Becky said...

But what a pretty collision it is!!

Deborah said...

Brilliant! The possibilites are endless with the designs for this pillow! Beautiful crafting! Deb

Hope said...

Very pretty! Beautiful colours and a great idea.

Lauren (mytime) said...

How stinkin adorable! Im waiting for the baking set-that is WAY cute. Tomorrow is the day

Deb said...

This is sooo adorable, love the fabric and of course the owl is super cute!

MichelleO said...

you are just too clever, first crafty for the kitchen, now your daughter's pencils! Stamps are a must for every part and everyone in the house!

JenMarie said...

O.M.Gosh!!! Darling!!

Elaine said...

Very cute!

Juanita B said...

Sew, so creative!! TFS and for all of those tips. Have a great weekend.

Conniecrafter said...

Wow how cool, I can't beleive the markers didn't bleed on the fabric, such a cute project!