Thursday, October 7, 2010

It's Lindsay digi stamp Thursday


Happy Thursday to all!
I am excited about my lindsay stamp stuff project today..it's a prim Halloween ornie.
I printed off this awesome image from the creepy crow set on a piece of tea stained muslin. how you ask? well I first printed it on a piece of cardstock, then I place my muslin over that image right where I wanted it then taped the muslin in place and ran it back through the printer..tada,,perfectly placed right where I wanted it. I then found this prim star fabric in my stash and made an ornie with my image, added a wire hanger and fabric scrap to finish it off. Don't forget to check Lindsay's blog for a freebie and to see what the other fab DT members have been up to. happy crafting all
:)

13 comments:

Tamara Bennett said...

Very cool~ I didn't know u could print on muslin!

Laurel said...

Oh this is fab!

Leanne said...

Oh how super cool is this!!! I love it!! Way to think outside the box (the box that I seem to can't find my way out of hee hee) Thanks for inspiring me again this week!!

Karin said...

Who knew you could send material through the printer?!!!! Great effect and awsome little decor item for this holiday!

Lindsay Weirich said...

Wow, that is a great craft fair idea too! I havent tried to print on fabric, is it easy? I have a bottom load printer that tends to jam, I wonder If I could do that?

1CardCreator said...

This is so clever! I never knew you could run the muslin through the printer. Looks fabulous too! ~Diane

Cheryl said...

I love this! What a great idea!

I think I might CASE this for Christmas.

Micki said...

OMG, really? What printer do you use, lol (you know me and printer issues)

This is awesome..... wow, it be awesome do do that with several of LSS halloween images and then make a block quilt. Damn, so many ideas....so little time. BTW, I wanna come to your house.... lol.

hugs

Cindi said...

I have an hp photosmart printer, I think any printer would work, but it won't be waterproof, although I did heat set it with an iron.

shuggy said...

so cute!!

Margie said...

Spooky cool! Love this, Cindi!

CharityHand said...

Very cool! I had no clue you could run muslin through the printer. Turned out great!!!

Tami B. said...

Love this, Cindi. Great thinking on printing digi stamps on fabric.