Monday, December 1, 2014

Inkjet Printing on Fabric: Step-by-Step Tutorial (Condolence Card)

Hi All (Amy Here)--
Condolence cards are hard to send, but making one handmade from your heart really lets the person know they are loved. 
           Yet these cards are hard to make. (What I should say? How it should look?)
I feel it's appropriate to include memories, caring words of hope, a poem even, and a prayer or bible quote if it helps the person grieving -- I think making it handmade with your love says a whole lot. I think of the person and let that guide me.
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As for Crafting: PRINTING ON MUSLIN is perfect for holiday cards, birthday cards or just to say hello......AND  it makes for a quick and fun title or journaling block on a scrapbook page! It's BEAUTIFUL and you can use regular (cheap) fabric store MUSLIN, and luckily it's SO EASY!!!



Here's a step-by-step video creating a card with a fabric front with text and downloaded images, text inside. I've adhered real skeletal leaves and an antique button, all using one adhesive--The Best Glue Ever™, of course. And if any sticky comes through the embellishment, a swipe with the Perfect Crafting Pouch™ takes care of it in a jiffy.



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