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1. Update my goals for 2016 in January of 2016 :)
2. Maximize my crafting time!
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4. Learn how to Heat Press!!
5. Have fun!

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Duckies - 2 projects in 1!!

Today I took one cut of Square 1 Masterpiece Repositionable Adhesive Fabric and made two different projects with it.  A gift bag (actually two identical bags) and....

I decorated canvas.

You can get more information about this amazing product HERE.

I started out with my Gypsy and a couple of different projects in mind.

Yesterday I posted the Summer Bucket project.  Today I am using the ducks.

I found the set of ducks on Wall Decor and More cartridge and sized them to 2.76 inches.  I rotated them 90 degrees to fit withing my 8.5x11 rectangle (that represents the sheet of adhesive fabric).

I cut them out with Square 1 Masterpiece Removable Adhesive Fabric.  I used the same settings as vinyl for cutting - blade depth 3, speed 3 and pressure 3.

I peeled the ducks off the paper backing and stuck them on a kraft gift bag from Michaels.

I painted the bag with yellow acrylic paint.

When the paint was dry, I peeled off the ducks.

Look - no tangles and all in one piece!

I stuck the ducks down on another gift bag - I typically make 2 or 4 gift bags at a time.

Once the paint is dry, I put washi tape around the edges and added buttons on the corners.

I tied a bit of twine around one of the handles.

I was not done with the duckies though....

I painted an 8x10 canvas blue and stuck the duckies about 2/3 the way down.  I tied a bit of tulle to the top.  This would be cute in a baby room or child's bathroom.  Once the child grows out of duckies, just peel them off and re-use the canvas for something more age appropriate!!!

I have been having fun exploring crafty options with this product.  You can print it, cut it, punch it, remove it and re-use it!!

If you missed my Square 1 project from yesterday, just hop over HERE!

I am also linking up at Pink Cricut!!

1 comment:

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Wow this is great. Love the material and it is repositionable... love it! Thanks for sharing.