Sunday, 26 May 2013

Parisian Gent Fabric Wall Hanging by Lynne Moncrieff





 

This week I am sharing a fabric wall hanging which incorporates a photo real stamp and Transfer Artist Paper.

When I use fabric in this way, I always aim to re-cycle fabric from around the home, usually from old curtain lining but also cotton sheets are good as well. It is fun to re-cycle and see the cotton fabric transformed once stained and stamped.


Supplies
Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher
Craft Mat 
Mister Bottle
Cotton Fabric
Extras:- Metal Hanger, Lace, Burlap, Re-cycled cardboard (or substitute with Kraft cardstock)

 
Instructions
 
·       I work in a random fashion when staining fabric, as it depends on what I am using to stain the fabric but for re-inkers this is roughly how I go about staining the fabric.
 
·       Mist the craft mat and fabric with water. Now add the Distress Re-inkers in Antique Linen and Frayed Burlap to the craft mat. Mix with the water and continue to add water to the re-inkers until desired colour and consistency (test on a scrap piece of fabric if unsure). Now take the fabric to the re-inkers. If the colour is too strong at this point, I add water to the fabric, squeezing out any excess colour.
 
·       Heat set with an iron.
 
·       Now to stamp the background. Ink up the stamp from Oxford Impressions April In Paris with StazOn Saddle Brown and stamp repeatedly onto the fabric panel. Lay aside.
 
 
 

 
·       Ink up Speedball brayer with Archival Ink in Sepia, inking up the gentleman stamp. Stamp onto Lesley Riley’s TAP. Follow the instructions to transfer to fabric, I used a piece of the same cotton from the re-cycled curtain lining. Ink edges with StazOn Timber Brown.
 
 
 



·       Stamp label and postage stamp onto paper from re-cycled cardboard (or use Kraft style cardstock). Cut out and layer onto burlap. Attach the stamped label to the burlap with two Tim Holtz Tiny Attachers.
 
 
 
 
·       To assemble the hanging - adhere Tim Holtz Tissue Tape to top and bottom edge of fabric panel, adding two Tim Holtz Washers to bottom piece of Tissue Tape. Adhere the gentleman image with Gel Medium. Add the label and postage stamp then a piece of crochet style lace to trim the bottom edge of the hanging. Finally attach the panel to a metal hanger.

 
Until next week.
Lynne

13 comments:

  1. Wow, Love this Lynne, The background is amazing... Love the image too... Fabulous tutorial Thank you for the wonderful inspiration...Hugs May x x x

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  2. A lovely hanging lynne, thankyou for sharing your wonderful crafty secrets! I really must start having a go at dying fabric in this way x

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  3. Yes, I knew it would be gorgeous, just from the snippet you shared on your blog! Another great stamp set and I love what you have done with the fabric. I haven't tried StazOn in anything other than black but I really like this colour. Thanks for the great inspiration - as always. Margie x

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  4. An amazing and stunning hanging Lynne, love the background. xx

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  5. This is amazing Lynne. The background is fabulous so detailed and interesting.

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  6. Background is amazing. The whole hanger is amazing.

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  7. Love this masculine and textured creation!
    Thank you so much for sharing your creative process too...always inspiring and beautiful!
    oxo

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  8. This is so beautiful Lynne, loving that Parisian man image and the fabulous background. Anne x

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  9. What a handsome mister!! Although I would not love kissing him with that mustage -LOL-
    Your inked and stamped background is wonderful, Lynne- looks as if it was born so!! and the Tim Holz tape and the lace is beautiful used to finish this beautiful piece! Thankyou for telling along, about your process, and how to!!
    Sending you warm greetings and a hug!
    Dorthe,xx

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  10. Stunning make Lynne that looks so authentically vintage. Love how you have combined all the elements. TAP is such a fabulous product. Nicola x

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  11. Great use of the TAP and the stamped and stained fabric looks so cool!
    Alison xx

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  12. I agree AMAZING,I could never do this,its just brilliant how you made it, I'm gob smacked:O). thanks for sharing your process and the lovely hanging,have a healing week big hugs to you...

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  13. Beautiful Lynne.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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