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I’m trying to expand my product line on Etsy. And, I’m a little bored with staring at my computer making prints and cards.
I have all this fabric I designed and printed at Spoonflower. These are all fat quarters which you need to purchase to check for color accuracy before they allow you to put them up for public purchase. I think that is a smart idea, that way you know what your getting is what you designed.
So, I searched for some projects ideas on MarthaStewart.com and found this oak leaf bowl.
I printed out the template provided, but, instead of using fusible webbing, I used modge podge and coated the fabric and felt, then glued them together. Once they were bonded, I placed it inside a small ramekin and pushed it down into the bowl to shape it and let it dry overnight.
You can see on mine that the place where they stitched the darts together aren’t quite together. But, it definitely worked. The modge podge made the bowl hard and keep it’s form.
I am going to try some other shapes, maybe a daisy shape with white felt on the top and bottom, then I can put a yellow circle in the center and it’ll look like a cute, little daisy bowl.
So, as soon as I perfect these little cuties, I’ll have them in my shop.
If you have any more ideas for all that fabric, please let me know!
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