Friday, 16 September 2016

Fabric Peace


Took a girl from a journal page and printer her onto fabric.
The fabric background was created using acrylic paints and stencils....with lots of stamping too.
Finished it off with some hand stitching.
My fabric swatch was for a Facebook swap and is 3" X 3".

Sharing her over at Paint Party Friday, Moo Mania and More, That's Crafty and Creative Artiste Mixed Media challenge.

26 comments:

  1. Beautiful piece, great idea to use fabric. Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

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  2. Beautiful. Love your use of neon colours. She certainly looks peaceful x

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  3. Looks great Clare, love the use of the vibrant pink too - really pops

    Kathyk

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  4. Oh I love her on fabric that's wonderful.
    Happy PPF
    Vicki-Ann :)

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  5. I have no idea how you could print on the fabric, Clare, but this is a really beautiful piece of artwork. Love the theme. We could all use more peace.

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  6. This is precious, love that it is on fabric!

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  7. such a lovely piece-love the colors!

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  8. Loving your idea!!! Turned out beautifully!!

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  9. Lovely Clare! Thank you for joining MM&M and happy PPF!
    oxo Susi

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  10. How clever Clare. She's looks very relaxed and peaceful, especially like the flower in her hair. Great colours too.
    Happy PPF to you

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  11. Beautiful fabric piece! I'd like to use fabric more in art!

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  12. Sweet piece...I feel the calm and peace of it! I could see a series sewed together in a patchwork wall hanging... or even a quilt..

    Hugs Giggles

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  13. Very lovely. The fabric is so bold and pretty the girl settles it down to have a perfect balance. Well done.

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  14. What a great idea. Love the colours.

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  15. How cool! Do you attach the fabric to paper first, so it will feed through the printer? Love it!

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  16. How cool! Do you attach the fabric to paper first, so it will feed through the printer? Love it!

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    1. I buy special printable fabric which is attached to a thin sort of paper backing.

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  17. Stunning. What a creative idea. It will have to be something that I try. Thank you for joining us at Creative Artiste the month. Judy DT

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  18. Such a sweet peaceful face, Clare. I also was interested in how you printed on fabric, but I see you answered that for Tammie.

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