Sunday, October 10, 2010
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Digital supplies: Stars created by me, sentiment by Deb Fisher - "Some Day", scallop mat by Deb Fisher - "scallop plates", wishes background and coloured swipe by Kitty Designs of Oscraps - "Hopes and Dreams".
Cardstock - black and yellow from Kaszazz. Digital design adhered to black cardstock and then adhered to yellow textured card base
Monday, August 2, 2010
Saturday, July 31, 2010
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Added stickles to flower centres and wand and mounted on black card and then on pink card base.
Digital elements from Cupcake cuties - fairytastical elements
Carolyn Rose Kite - Thinking of you
Free pin and paper
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
After the papers are "pieced" (Cracked Paper Quilts 1) and the sandwich is made (Cracked Paper Quilts 2), it is time to reveal the stitched quilt and demonstrate how the cracks are constructed in a Cracked Paper Quilt.
This, however, is only the base quilt. Its surface now begs to have a whole cornucopia of techniques thrown at it, which includes painting with acrylic paints, drawing with pencils, pens and painstiks, stamping (with my own handmade stamps), screen printing, paper applique, crochet, collage, applying molding paste, mediums and dimensional paint, adding inclusions (made from papier mache and paper clay) and whatever I think of next.
Mixed media paper quilts are an exciting and dynamic new way to create a quilt. Carol Wiebe shows you, step by step, how to layer and stitch the quilt sandwich for a "Cracked Paper Quilt."
Mixed media paper quilts are an exciting and dynamic new way to create a quilt. Carol Wiebe shows you, step by step, how to "piece" and "applique" your papers together for the top layer of your "Cracked Paper Quilt."
See the rest of this method in the article "Cracked Paper Quilts" by Carol Wiebe, Quilting Arts Magazine, issue 39.