I have another project that I am excited to share!!!
In case you hadn’t realized,
I am crazy for linen:).
the natural tones and the depth,
really, what is not to love….
I try to find different way of incorporating
this love of mine into my seasonal decorating.
My last post was,
DIY Linen Driftwood Pumpkins,
which you can find, here.
And this post…..
A tutorial on how to print on fabric(linen)
2 cool FREE FALL PRINTABLES
from Kara’s Party Ideas to download.
FYI, you can use any fabric, even burlap
you can just print these beautiful festive signs
on cardstock or any kind of paper.
Thankful Sign click here.
Halloween Sign click here
You will need-
2 sheets of cardstock (8.5 x 11)
2 pieces of fabric(linen) that measure slightly larger than the paper
Spray paper evenly, light to medium coat.
Make sure you are in a well ventilated area.
Lay fabric over & press firmly.
Flip over & cut the excess fabric off.
Send through the printer like you would paper.
I love the texture!!!
& have a fantastic weekend:)
I love those. I have never printed out anything. I am so behind the times.
Jen this looks great. I wish my printer and I were better friends…we don’t get along well.
I love this project!!!! I hope you will stop by StoneGable and share this at TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS… my dyi linky party!
I’m going to make a couple of these this weekend!!!!
LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!
I just had to put you on my blogroll… you have a great blog!
Really? Regular cardstock goes thru a printer, an ink jet printer??? Tell me it is true….my love of linen and being able to print?? You are a doll to share!!
This is why I love blogging!!
Absolutely gorgeous! Such a soft, vintage look! I’m pinning this one!
I have been meaning to try this for quite some time now. Love the printables, And can’t wait to see more of your mantel…. looks really cute!
I’ve been meaning to try this and have actually been looking for something very similiar for Fall to replace some summer art! I love and am going to try it! Hopefully, my printer will cooperate!
Hi Jen! Your art turned out beautiful, love the texture too!
Oh these are great ideas. I never used the tacky spray before, will have to try it.
I just found your blog, from Stone Gable. I am now a follower.
Have a blessed week,
Love that – I’ve printed on fabric before but used freezer paper for backing. Will have to try this—
Love your finished product and thank you so much for sharing how you did it. Always wondered how they were able to print on fabric. They look simple and yet elegant and I’m going to have to try one.
Just found your blog from Exceptionally Eclectic! I’m also your newest follower!
Love your ideas especially the linen pumpkins!
They look so nice and professorial. I really want to try this.
These are stunning! Just wanted to let you know I featured it as part of my weekly link party wrap up today.
This is just gorgeous! I love the look of printed fabric – one of my favorite projects. The way you displayed this printable is beautiful
I would love to try this! Thanks for the tutorial. I just saw where Jennifer Rizzo featured this! Congrats!
merci pour le partage : j’ai créé un lien ici http://pinterest.com/lemondedis/halloween-freebies/
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