Easy Peasy Texture

While playing with fabric (to add soft texture to cards) I also came across a few fabric-like items that are perfect for cardmaking.

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Again, I found a stamp that mimicked fabric … Crazy Quilt CG477 from BasicGrey/Hero Arts. The burlap ribbon is from Close To My Heart and the bowtie embellishment is from Basic Grey. The sentiment is from Hero Arts, the ink Cup O’ Joe.

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This shabby chic paper (Close To My Heart) looks like it could be fabric, so I paired it with a canvas sticker (also from Close To My Heart).
The paper rosette (from the same paper collection) is topped with a fabric covered button (Close To My Heart) stamped in pigment ink.

Who says fabric is just for sewing?
Thanks for coming by.

4 Responses

  1. Lovely.

  2. You’re right–fabric does add a rich texture to these designs. So nice! You know… I wonder what would happen if you took a scrap of fabric, brayered it with it, then turn it over and brayered it again so that the ink transferred to your paper/card stock? More effort than your tips here, but… Could be interesting! 🙂

    • Oooooh, what a cool idea! I did have a friend who inked up some burlap ribbon and pressed the inky side on a card for a cool, very lightly textured effect. Hmmm…. worth a try! I think a highly textured fabric would work best. Go play!

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