Saturday, 4 June 2016
In this example I'd stuck some thin cotton fabric to double sided Jac paper which is a good way to not only prevent fraying but apply an even layer of adhesive to the surface.
The actual shape I wanted was the butterfly, but it seemed a shame to throw away the left over fabric so I stuck it onto a scrap of embossed card and die-cut both layers with a circle die.
Fabric frames have potential. You could add real or faux stitching or frame a photo of someone wearing a garment made of the actual fabric for a scrapbook page etc. I'm not sure its something I'll do a lot but its worth adding to the list!