Tissue paper and fabric were bonded, then painted and machine stitched to create handy little notepads.

Tissue paper and fabric were bonded, then painted and machine stitched to create handy little notepads. These will make useful "thank you" gifts to friends who have been so willing to support my creativity. I am lucky to have them!

 

Both sides were painted to see the different effects of heat treatment.  These organic shapes are going to be wonderful additions to my "art stash".
Both sides were painted to see the different effects of heat treatment. These organic shapes are going to be wonderful additions to my “art stash”.
Three of these incorporate a new product (to me) called LUTRADOR
Three of these incorporate a new product (to me) called LUTRADOR

Any spare moments during the the past couple of weeks have been devoted to playing with new products and new ideas.   Tyvek, Lutrador, and Water Soluble Paper has been on the high priority list of activities.   Here are a few photo’s of outcomes.

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3 Responses to

  1. Kaite says:

    your little ATCs and notepads look nice. Actually the notepads look much like leather, you’ll have Cath interested next. Thanks for the info on the foils too, i don’t dare to email you! K.

  2. Pamela says:

    the notepads do look and feel like softish leather so they will wear well, being rustled in handbags for some time. Easy to do, if you want to do – just send me an email!

  3. Cath says:

    Fabulous!! Kaite’s right – I do really like those notepads, what a wonderful idea. Simple, effective – and useful!. Those heat treatments were wonderful too, can easily see leaves and other interesting things there. It looks like this course is doing wonderful things for your fibre/textile arts Pamela!

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