Thursday, 13 December 2012

fabric woodland animal ornaments






you need
sticker paper (sticky backed printed paper for making labels)
printer
scissors
sewing machine
stuffing

remove the back of the sticker paper (sticky backed printer paper)and place on to fabric, rub out any bumps then trim around it and then you can put it through your printer and print directly on to the fabric. once you have printed the image remove the sticker paper and cut out. then cut a piece of fabric for the back and place the image face down on to it and sew around three edges then turn the right way and put in the stuffing then fold the rough edges in and stitch up the hole,






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sisters of the wild west

8 comments

  1. Hey Aimee, Can you explain what you mean by 'sticker paper'? Thanks

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  2. Loving these! So different:)

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  3. these are awesome!!! and yes i am a little confused as to the sticky paper, too... sorry! i have never heard of it! it prints through onto your fabric??

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  4. i used the adhesive backed paper that you use to print labels on. This makes it easier to print directly onto the fabric 

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  5. This must be my favorite of your Christmas ideas, or it may have been the Eiffel Tower, or maybe the ballerina. or . . . I give up. I cannot pick a favorite. Thanks for the graphics. You can use transfer paper in the printer, then iron on to the fabric. You must remember to reverse the image.

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  6. Gorgeous! I love this idea. Thank you so much for the tutorial!!

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  7. Great idea Aimee!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

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