Now you too can play Amelie, without having to dig through the snow! This would make a great gift post trip (because you have to include him in the photos) to that special person who just doesn't get out enough. Although it's not likely that I'm going on a trip in the near future, I couldn't help myself when I picked up my old copy of Gnomes with drawings by Rein Poortvliet. My Gnome is less grizzled, but it brought me back to my childhood when I used to try and draw pictures from the book…
Chronicle Books: Bestsellers, New Releases, Unique Books + Gifts
With each passing season, the list of crafts I want to attempt gets longer and longer. After reading Etsy blogger Julie Schneider’s guest post last week, designing and printing my own fabric just got bumped to the top of the list! Mastering the Art of Fabric Printing and Design by Laurie Wisbrun is the title
DIY Printed Zipper Pouch (from your inkjet printer!) - see kate sew
Yesterday I posted about 5 secrets to doing it all, including sneaking away to my “happy place.” I made these printed pouches to go along with that post! I made the HAPPY pouch to hold my tablet but it was so fun I made a few more. Today I’m sharing the tutorial for these pouches! […]
How to make your wedding invitations out of vintage handkerchiefs | Offbeat Bride
This handkerchief printing technique can be used for so many things -- Goodie bags with your wedding logo? Dual purpose hankie wedding programs for those guests who get teary eyed at the ceremony? The possibilities are endless! So here is how we made our handkerchief wedding invitations...
Repeating Pattern tutorial | Justina Blakeney
If you follow me on Instagram you know I’ve been pattern crazy lately. Since I started to post the patterns, a lot of folks have asked about my process and how I’m creating them. I thought I’d demystify the process and share how I make them with you here. I’ve never taken a course in...
Design A Cool Graphic Textile with This App
Do you have Project Runway dreams but kindergarten skills? Generative Scarves is an iOS app that uses algorithms to let you create a gorgeous abstract image that you can get printed onto a silk scarf, no fashion degree necessary. • Use This App To Design A Gorgeous Scarf | Co.