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Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Teardrop Bag (By Magda)

 Teardrop Baroque Ornament Bag

I needed a little shoulder bag for my quick shopping and I decided to do it with the new Teardrop Baroque stamp of Chocolate Baroque.

For this project you can follow the instructions of any pattern or tutorial of a simple fabric shoulder bag or make up bag.

You might have:

1. Chocolate Baroque Teardrop Baroque stamp
2. Distress Paint
3. Brayer
4. Gelli Plate
5. Cotton Fabric
6. Quilt padding
7. Sewing machine
8. Scissors and thread
9. Zip

Step by Step:

1. Distribute the colour with a brayer on the Gelli Plate
2. Put the stamp on the Gelli as if it is an inkpad.
You will so lift colour from the Gelli and could stamp it on a cardstock. On this way you don't waste colour and you can use the cardstock for a later project. Stamp on the Gelli and on the cardstock until you are happy.
Clean immediately the stamp with warm water.
3. Put the piece of cotton fabric on the Gelli, press firmly.
4. Lift the fabric and let dry.
5. Repeat points 1-4 for all of the pieces of fabric you need for doing your project.
6. Stamp Teardrop Baroque Ornament stamp with Versafine or Archival on the front and back piece of your bag.

Assemble, sew all the pieces as explained in your pattern and have fun with the new stamps and all the other products of Chocolate Baroque!  

Magda




6 comments:

  1. Wow, how fabulous Magda, so many wonderful ways to use the stamp, gorgeous colours too, Kate x

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  2. That's one to take with you for many years; looks great!

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  3. Great use of the stamp Magda, I love it xx Zoe xx

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  4. This motif looks great stamped on to a bag like this Magda and works really well. x

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  5. this is so very beautiful - love it xx

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  6. What a great idea - love the colours too :)

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