Welcome ladies! Time for another challenge here at Our Creative Corner. I'm Kristin from LilyBeth Boutique, your hostess again and you're really going to love this challenge! It's a little piece of me to share with you, 'cause not only am I a paper crafter, I am also a recycled baby clothes maker. I pick up fabrics everywhere I go, which inspired this challenge. I have just as many different fabrics as I have papers...I have a problem...and love incorporating them into my paper crafts.
So, that's your challenge this week! Incorporate fabric into your creation. Use fabric as a background, use it as an embellishment. Stamp it, fold it, cut it, weave it. Use canvas, cotton, satin, silk, burlap, polyester, tulle, whatever. The only restriction - ribbon doesn't count as your fabric...EEEKK!... We know you are going to create some amazing things, until then, let our design team inspire you!
Guest Designer Bonnie Sharp The Lucky Clucker
WOW! Bonnie used quilting cotton to make this gorgeous handmade rolled flower. The twine bow and button really enhance it's charm!
Kristin K Tierney - LilyBeth Boutique
Fabric everywhere! Sweet fabric background, fabric doily, handmade chenille & tulle fabric flower.
Sarah Gough - THinkING STAMPS
GORGEOUS canvas flower - canvas is all the rage!
Vicki Burdick It's A Stamp Thing
What a sweet pleated fabric flower, and the button is perfection!
Jen Rzasa - Our Change of Art
Hello fabulous! What a wonderful creation and the fabric owl is the perfect unexpected fabric touch, and with the stitched edges? Amazing!
Diane Gilbert ~ My Little Stampin' Spot!
Oh how I LOVE fabric buttons! Look at how they match the background - fantastic!
Lori Rider - The Diva Stamper
The pleated fabric looks like a gentle bedskirt on a country bed. Ahhhh...
Linda Coughlin - The Funkie Junkie
A little crinoline, a little tulle, a little canvas and presto, you have apple blossoms! DELICIOUS!!!
Sharon Wheet - Designs by Sharon
Sharon used synthetic light grey material to create the large blossom. She then added a pre-made brown rolled fabric blossom to its side. Sharon also created her own rolled ribbon flower and added some vanilla tule, at the top. All together, it's fantastic!!
Rebecca Ednie Eclectic Endeavours
Oh how I love this card! Rebecca used sheer bridal organza wound over a red line tape circle to make this rolled flower and nestled a pearl in the center.