Saturday, February 25, 2012

Fabric Flower & Dying Baker's Twine

     Don't you just love the flower on this card?  It's made using fabric from Stampin' Up!   Also, the Baker's twine used on this card was originally the white Baker's twine.

This photo is from the Sale-A-Bration catalog.
The stamp set is Outlined Occasions.
You can get it for FREE with a $50 purchase.
     Want to know how to make both the flower and how to dye the Baker's twine?  Watch the video to learn how to make the fabric flower (just ignore the title of the video - it doesn't show you how to dye to twine).  Then scroll down after the video for the written tutorial, from Stampin' Up!, on how to dye your twine any color you want.  Both are so simple to make, you won't believe it!


Dying Baker's Twine Tutorial:

     Create a mixture using rubbing alcohol and any color of our Classic or Craft Stampin' Ink refills.  A god starting ratio is one tablespoon of alcohol to one drop of ink refill (you can adjust from there to get the right color intensity for your project).  Place the Baker's twine in the mixture, allowing enough time for the dye to fully soak the twine.  Lay the dyed twine on a clean paper towel to dry.  Use as desired.

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     I hope you find these tutorials easy to follow.  In my next post, I hope to have a picture of the flower I made.  They really aren't hard to make, just take a little time.

Happy Saturday!
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