Monday, July 17, 2017

CHRISTMAS ON SUNDAY--

REPORT--
I did work on my project--
there is alot of coloring on this--
Here is what I did--I turned one of my large cutting mats to the back--
then I got a large piece of freezer paper and taped it down and
then taped down the white fabric--that way I had a nice stable surface for coloring--
did all the white crayon first then worked on the colors--
there is alot of Christmas trees--
and I got so busy shading them with a couple green crayons--
that --
I forgot there was also to be some branches that were white for snow--
Luckily--
I had gotten this product that they mentioned in the directions--
and boy it did a great job of removing the crayon color--
though you did have to dab-dab--then get another small piece--
and dab-dab--cause once the piece of funtak got some color on it--
it wouldn't pick up more color--so I did use a bit of it--

Later I did start the embroidery on it--
got the candy cane done--
there is lots and lots and lots of embroidery on this piece!!!!!

          ENJOY THE MOMENTS, DI

8 comments:

  1. Love the dye it!! Good job on the coloring. I've only tried it once, and didn't know about the product to remove oopsies! I'm on a quilting blitz now . . . .

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  2. Interesting product. Never heard of it. Have you ever done coloring on fabric with something underneath that gives a textured look to the color on the block? I tried that with interesting results.

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  3. Sounds like you had a great time :-) Your 'art work' is looking great!

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  4. That looks like fun! It's going to be really cute! Wish my doctor told me to eat more greens. Mine just says to stop eating cookies!!
    L,A-

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  5. Love your winter scene... wish I was there in the middle of it, it's just way too hot here! xx

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  6. Very pretty winter scene. Looks like you made lots of progress.

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  7. I hadn't heard about using fun-tak to remove oops either. I've either gone with the mistake or tried to lighten it by coloring over the oops with white. Reminds me of silly puddy from when I was a kid.

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