Monday, March 5, 2012

Tiddly Fabric




My last post for today is to share a project I did for the Tiddly Inks Challenge #81- Fabric Fun.  The first image I decided to make a little Easter Gift Bag using the image "Somebunny Loves you", both were made using Iron-on Transfer paper.  I had not done this before and it was nice to try something new.  It wasn't too difficult but the colors do bleed out a bit.  I am going to make a bag for each of my kids come Easter (3 girls and 1 boy) I will show you the results when I finish them.  For the second one I re-purposed an old book bag of my daughters using a "few" of the Tiddly Ink images, all links below in recipe.  The only image that I was not able to put in the recipe was the "shrooming" image that was a freebie a while ago.  I combined them all to create a fun fantasy to let her mind wonder.  I then colored up the non-colored images with Copics and added Liquid Pearls for dimension, Stickles was added to the top bag for sparkle.  My daughter loved how it turned out and I was pleased also, it really did turn out cute.  You have plenty of time to enter the "Fabric Fun" challenge at Tiddly Inks, so hop on over and take a look.  Again, I hope you all have a fabulous day :)


Recipe:

20 comments:

katieo said...

Your kids will treasure these darling Easter bags. I love all of the images you used especially "Wryn some bunny loves you

Christy Beans said...

Oooh, Lucianna, love these! The Wryn bag is sweet, but the scene on the bookbag is a 'wonderland'-ful combination of images and colors! =) Can't wait to see your other Easter bags. =) ~Christy

jessica said...

WOW!!! These are amazing!! what a great idea!
TFS

girlia said...

Lovely job. Great coloring. Just amazing

Cindy said...

OMG, how cute!! What a fabulous idea. Can't wait to see the rest!! Your kids will love them!!
Thank you for visiting my blog. Come back again, soon! Cindy

DIANA L. said...

These are both very nice yu are really awesome with the coloring
DIANA L.
http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

What a great idea! SO cute!
Carri~abusybee
www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

Joey said...

These are fantastico!!! such a lovely idea and they look so good. thanks for joining us at Tiddly Inks. Joey x

Annette said...

wow these are so amazing...What a fun idea...I totally love it..

Nicole said...

WOW!!! These are great!!! I love them!

mforquer said...

OH MY GOODNESS!!! These are so FREAKING cute girl! I love them and want to make some for myself...fabulous creation for our Fabric challenge - thanks for joining us at Tiddly Inks!
Hugs,
M

Loopylou. said...

ooooh squeeeeeee Lucianna!!!
oh my gooodness!!! I just totally love both of these bags! I love the idea of using images on fabric but haven't really taken that step yet so you might of nudged me a bit :) !!
thank you so much for popping in and sharing them with the tiddly inkers hun, you rock!!
hugs Lou xxx

cricutalltime said...

very cute fabric bags.love the coloring such a fun project.tfs

Amanda R said...

These are both just amazing! You have done a specatacular job with the tracing paper, I am totally impressed! Thanks for playing along with us at Tiddly Inks!

Jayne said...

Wow,these are just gorgeous Lucianna.I can see why your children want them!
Jayne x

Larissa said...

Fabulous projects Lucianna, but your first one is my absolute favorite! How clever to make little treat bags of fabric. This one looks so awesome. Thanks for joining us at the Tiddly Inks challenge.

Hugs,
Larissa

Shelby said...

Fantastic work! Love how this turned out...looks amazing.

Shelby

Christy/Tiddly Inks said...

Wow!!! I am super duper amazed!!! How clever and lovely!

Marlena Peduzzi said...

Oh My gosh, what fabulous ideas and how cute are they! I'm sure your kids love them because they are simply wonderful! Thanks so much for joining us at Tiddly Inks this week!

Cheryl Valadez said...

OMG! I love this project! Thanks so much for joining the Tiddly Inks fabric challenge ;D Hugz, Cheryl