Indigo Ink Tie Dye and Book Binding

Hi everyone,

I thought I would share photos from another workshop that I attended back in May, it was an Indigo ink Tie Dye and book binding workshop held at the Granton Hub in Edinburgh.

It was a fabulous workshop where you learned to Tie Dye fabric with Indigo ink then use your fabric to make a book… the tutors were fabulous Elizabeth and Cassandra .. they can be found here and here if you are looking to do something like this in the future

Here are my photographs from the day…

Thanks for popping round

Sarah x

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Book Binding and Botanicals

Hi Everyone!

I attended a workshop on Saturday with a fab tutor Cassandra Barron a.k.a. bookbinding with Cass on Facebook.   The workshop was on botanicals and book binding.. where we drew botanicals from the community gardens and turned them into stamps…

The stamps were then used to create patterned paper, which we then used to cover our book covers and decorating the signatures.

I had a great time and if you fancy booking a class with Cass you can find her on Facebook  here and  book workshops at Eventbrite here

Here are some pictures from the workshop..

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Thanks for popping round ……. Sarah x

Feathers and Fibres

Hi everyone,

It is my turn over on the Colourcraft design team blog today with a fun wooden tag and feather project for you.

Please head over to the blog to see a step by step photo tutorial on how I made it.. click {here} to be taken to the blog post… in the meantime, here is a sneek peek..

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I shall be back tomorrow to share a workshop project that I attended yesterday 😉

Sarah x

Stencilling with Fabric Paints

Hi Everyone,

It is my turn over on the Colourcraft blog today with a fun project using fabric paints, brusho and a great curliecue stencil from Stencilgirl

Hop on over to the design team blog for a step by step tutorial

link {HERE}

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Thanks for popping round

Sarah

 

A little birdie told me…

Hi Everyone,

Just wanted to share a  quick and easy card I made on Friday using the new product from Colourcraft called SprinkleIT..

It is a super fine mica powder with a very high shine and very easy to work with, I used a versamark ink pad along with a fine detailed bird stamp from Hero Arts for today’s card..

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Supplies List:-

  • White card base 5 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
  • Silver glitter paper 4 1/4″ x 4 1/4
  • Black Cardstock 4″ x 4″
  • Tim Holtz Stamp Set “a little birdie told me” sentiment
  • Pearl SprinkleIT from Colourcraft
  • Hero Arts Bird Stamp
  • Fluffy brush for dusting the SprinkleIt on
  • Versamark Ink Pad.

I am hoping to start back regular blog posts again now that my new horse Rosie and I have settled into a routine and Winnie the pup is now 6 months old and behaving herself 🙂

See you soon

Sarah x