28 February 2017

Technique #20 Painted fusible interfacing

This is the last of the official techniques. I may post "completed" pages at other times. Most of the book is finished and I am very happy with the results. It doesn't take much to make me happy. I have to admit I not only enjoyed completing this book but found it a bit addictive. The really good part about the addiction is that it kept my mind and creativity going the entire month. I completed many more pages than are shown here.



Here is a sheet of painted fusible interfacing. I used my newly made circle stencil to cut the shapes



Here are shapes ironed on to the sketchbook pages. The original marks on the page are the dark circle on the left as well as that eye shape. This is before removing the paper backing just after ironing them on to the sketchbook pages.


Here is the first one as I remove the paper backing




All the backings removed and I like the way the lines on the painted fusible echo the lines across the eye shaped stamp on the left.

I do hope you liked following along. Most of these techniques are adaptable to fabric as well. If you have made pages along with me, please send them to me at beth dot from dot maine at gmail dot com.  I will showcase all of the pictures I receive in a special post.


6 comments:

  1. Very nice experiments. I love it.

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    1. Thanks Suus. I have also been following your creativity on Facebook!!

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  2. Thanks for putting so much time and effort in sharing your work and techniques.

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    1. Thanks Jo. I actually had a great time doing it and have a new book to start.

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  3. This was a great concept. I wish I had had time to participate instead I was always playing catch up. But you have done an amazing job. Good for you. I like this technique and I'm book marking it!

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    1. It's fabulous on fabric but you have to remember to iron the fabric with parchment paper or it ends up on the bottom of your iron.

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