Thanks for popping in.
I thought we ought to broach the subject of Christmas today.
It’s getting closer, you know!
So how about a really easy Fusible Fibre project?
on plain black card.
Way too perfect.
Let’s tear around the wreath!
Replace the cleaned stencil over the dry stars,
with a make-up sponge.
Next step, out with the white fusible fibres
and the lovely Christmas Dove from the Dove of Peace Stamp set.
Place the stamp on the 5″ x 5″ Megamount,
We have a little 4-colour fibre set which comes with the mount
Ink up stamp with Black Archival ink,
add a fluffed up ball of white fibre directly to the inky stamp,
Add a sheet of baking parchment to protect your iron.
Iron with a hot flat iron.
The ink images sets in the fibre.
This is permanent;
like making an (iron-on) transfer.
While the fibre is still hot and soft, you can use a large embossing tool, or the end of a pen to sculpt the shape more.
Do this while the fibre is still sitting on the stamp,
before you peel it off.
Using double-sided tape, add the shimmering Christmas Dove
to the centre of the starry background.
Add Peace in the corner of white card with the Black Archival.
Add a blue ribbon tie.
When we get in close, you can see how the feathers and head
have been pushed out/sculpted.
Cut the dove out or leave the dove like this.
Both work well.
Have a great evening.
I am off for a walk along the railway lines.
I ought to add disused oughtn’t I…
love and hugs,