More Fun With Fabric

Along with all the cool fabric ideas that Shelli and Sara showed us, many additional fabric projects were on display at the Gathering Place at Convention.  During our lunch break, we would head there to pick up our boxed lunch, then we'd spend most of the break looking at all of the showcased projects.  I'll have to show you some of the display boards in upcoming posts, but for now, let's look at the awesome ideas they had for the new fabric! (click pic to see details)

Fabric handbag  

Pretty, vintage handbag made with Deck The Halls fabric!  The flower is made from Chantilly Crochet Trim!  It's adhered side-by-side to card stock, then die cut with the Flower Folds die.  Clever!  

Fabric - stocking and coasters

Christmas stocking and Christmas tree coasters made with the Square Scallop and Pennant dies.

Fabric - hot pads 
Fabric - placemat

Hot pads, trivet and matching placemat created with the Pennant die.

Fabric - candy cane wreath

Wrapped wreath with #2 Circles die cuts layered for the flowers.

Fabric - season's greetings card 
Fabric - ric rac card

More fabric used on cards.  You can sew it on, or adhere it with Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets.  The second card uses the new Tasteful Trim die.

Fabric - heart to heart card

Deck The Halls fabric (and paper) works great with Valentine's Cards, too!

Fabric - curtains 
Fabric - bib

How about some Candy Cane Christmas curtains?  Or, a cute bib?  

Fabric - journal cover

Or, to cover and decorate a journal?  So many great ideas!  I'm sure all of you REAL sewing geniuses will have a blast creating awesome projects in this new Stampin' Up! medium! 

Angie in gala decor element display

The Gathering Place also had a few mock rooms decorated with Stampin' Up! products.  I'm in the Décor Elements room (I'm not sure if we were supposed to be IN the display, but…!).  You can see some of the Botanical Flowers that match the Greenhouse Gala DSP and Friends Never Fade stamps. 

I really like the Simple Sign elements, with the Chore Chart and To Do list adhered on them.  The Signs have a chalkboard surface, so you can update the chore list with ease!

Darla - stencil display  

Darla snuck into the Décor Stencils display.  The wall was stenciled with the Canterbury Crest. The photo holder on the wall was also stenciled with Mostly Vintage.

Finally, I just had to show this incredibly amazing cake that was made by a featured demonstrator…


So intricate and completely gorgeous!  What an awesome centerpiece (and keepsake) that would make!  Absolutely beautiful!

That's all for now…


2 thoughts on “More Fun With Fabric”

  1. Sorry, Karen. I don’t have the instructions. These items were on display at Convention. I just tried to do a quick Google search to see if someone else had a tutorial, but no luck so far.


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