Last day of Fabric projects- the Envelope

Another project from Convention! Fabric Envelopes!  I made these with Summer Smooches Fabric!

Super easy and no sew!!!

Inside is a collection of 4 Summer Smooches cards and envelopes.  

Start with your fabric cut to 11.75 x 11.75, a piece of 12 x 12 coordinating card stock (not pictured) and a sheet of the  Multi purpose adhesive sheets. (page 160 of the big book)

Adhere your Multipurpose adhesive sheet to the card stock first!  then peel off the backing and attach your fabric.  be warned those those sheets are sticky!!!!

after attaching your fabric, trim the whole thing to 11 x 11 square.  I went bigger on the fabric to allow wiggle room as it is super hard to get it on perfectly straight.  

Nice clean cuts!!!  turnover and using your diagonal plate, score at 4.25 and 6.25.

trim off the little triangles.   fold to form your envelope.  I used sticky strip to close it up!

The belly band is two pieces of 2 x 12 Summer Smooches DSP fit together.  

For the Flower Embellishment:  

you will need a 3 x 27 (long length of the fabric fat quarter).  Fold in half, tie a knot and twist & smash into the jumbo sticky round.  The picture is on the back of the package of the sticky rounds!

Then I just stuck it to the Flower folds die cuts and hot glued on the button!  EASY!  Love these!!!!

Be back tomorrow, its the 1st day of school and I’m going to make some cookies!  Hope you liked the fabric projects!

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Worthy of a re-share

I pretty much never repost or re-share,  in light of Fabric this one is so worth it.  Especially since this EXACT fabric is STILL ON SALE on the clearance rack for just $0.99.  thats practically free in this economy!

Ladies, you can make these!  My daughter, last year, made 3 for her teachers!   cut your fabric to 3 x3 squares, fold and pin!!  Hot glue the ribbon and done!  These rock in any fabric and have a SUPER WOW response when the recipient get it!

and here is the video.  This is what my daughter watched 2 times to learn how to do it  She is 9!  Really fun!!!

Tomorrow is the last day of fabric project week and its a good one, its another great gift idea!

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Fabric Pinboard

Stay tuned, this beauty is all set for one of my October Classes.  These are great gifts!!  Learned how to make them at Convention!  Love it!

See you tomorrow for another Fabric Project!

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Fabric Day 4 – The Gift Jar

I love to give handmade gifts.  And since canning jars are all the rage and and baking is so much fun, I decorated a cookie mix in a jar!  You can do soups, drinks, cupcakes, favors, bath scrubs and all sorts of cute things in Mason Jars!

This was so easy! trace a salad plate on the back of fabric (about 9 inch circle) and attach to filled jar with a rubber band!  Decorate!

You can see all sorts of Mason Jar ideas from Tip Junkie HERE

  ETA:  Here is another link if the one above is not working:

Thanks for stopping by today!  

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Decorate your Snips- Fabric Day 3

Another project inspired from Convetion!

I hot glued the button

Flowers are cut with the Fun Flowers die

Fabric adhesive roll and Felt.  then Die cut with the petal cone die.

Laura Milligan has a great video with instructions.  you can see it HERE

She gives you step by step instructions on how to iron, cut and sew.  if I can do it you can do it!!!!

Fabric Treat & Gift Holders


These were inspired by Laura Milligan’s presentation at Convention

I am not a quilter or anything even close, but I can sew a straight line. (you can also use some fabric glue for these too)

A chocolate pouch:

Fabric is cut to 9 x 7.5, folded in half and sewn. (4.5 x 7.5)   I also sewed on the seam binding.  Yes! this is a BIG step for me.  Like I said its those pre-loaded bobbins that help!

this one is the same size as the one above:

look what is inside: a mini frame.  A gift card would also fit.  

and now for the LARGER BAG:

TWO 9 x 7.5 pieces sewn together:

and inside:  some super cute no layer Happy Hour note cards

See you tomorrow, thanks for stopping by today!

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Fabric Projects Day 1

I am hoping to have at least a full week (7 days) of awesome, cute, & easily re-creatable fabric projects!!  So excited to share!

This is an “itty bitty” piece of fabric.  Yes that is fabric on the jar lid, I love it!

Adhere your fabric scrap to the Multipurpose self adhesive sheets (page 160), then adhere to your card stock.  Then cut with your big shot frame lit.

Stamps: Perfectly Preserved
Paper: Whisper white
Ink: Stazon Black, lucky limeades, Early Espresso marker.
Accessories: Twitterpated fabric, Bakers twine, Cannery Framelits, Itty bitty framelits, Chevron embossing folder

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Quilted Ornament and a video!

A secret sister gift a leadership was one of these cool Quilted ornaments.  I LOVE THESE.  

Here is my 1st attempt at making one.  OMG so easy!!

Now here is the one my daughter made:  

Now my daughter is 8– so YES!!! You can do this. the only thing I helped her with was the ironing the fabric and hot glueing the ribbon on at the end.   I cut my fabric squares to 3×3.  Here is the video to show you how to make this fun project.  Stay tuned for a GREAT box to put these ornaments in!!!

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BONUS Fabric Project

I Just love this little pouch.  Shelly and her Daughters made these for thier swaps at Founders Circle.  Filled with Kisses for us!

they sewed these but they can easily be re-created with some Fabric Tac glue.  Stinking cute!

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Fabric project #5

Another Scrap page!  I love that I have already scrapped a picture from this Holiday!

My scrap club girls are going to make a modified version of this page! (different chipboard!)  I love the scrunchy fabric look.
 Have a GREAT DAY!

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