Back to playing from last Wednesday....I wanted to make another line/circle stamp using sticky back foam and corrugatted cardboard. For the life of me, I couldn't figure out how I made my last one! I forgot to look on my blog as I try to document everything I make! HA I'm sure it's out there!!
Anyway, this was one stamp I made.
I wanted to make another stamp but I wasn't sure what design I wanted. I started to go through some paperwork and found a few pages from a Notan design I made at our art group about 10 years ago!
No, I didn't make a stamp from this!! HA But it did bring back memories!
Anyway, I found a few pieces of sticky back foam already cut out from another Notan design.
I don't know what we were doing that night with our designs or the foam! I cut out some circles and played with the left over pieces and came up with this!
I liked the design so I grabbed the first piece of fabric I had in my downstairs stash (it's old pieces of overdyed or dyed fabric I don't use!) and started to stamp away!
I just grabbed the first paint from my box...but you know, this turned out pretty good! Might make a nice snap bag or two or three! It's a fat quarter but I should get a few bags out of it!
I had a piece of tissue paper that I was using for my Gelatos so I stamped both of the new stamps on it. Should be fun to put in a book or some type of collage!
Next up I decided to do some mono printing since I had all this red paint sitting on my glass! Soooooo....I used a credit card to scrap away the paint and to draw or scrap the lines.
I need to take a pic of the whole piece...but the left side was made by placing the painted glass ontop of the fabric. For the right side, I laid the fabric on top of the glass. Hmmmmmmmm
I usually use a plastic scrapbook folder to do my mono print on. Then I place that on top of my fabric. With the glass laying on the fabric (left side pic above),you sure get a lot of that paint off on to your fabric.
Both piece look good and I'm sure I can use them somewhere....until then...who knows. I'm sure I have more fun things to do! I'll just have to stop and think what I want to do next! HA