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Designing Fabric with Paper Crafter Crayons

As an artist, I love designing different things and for today’s post I’m going to show you how I designed my own fabric for this zippered pouch using the Paper Crafter Crayons.

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1. Draw your designs directly onto your fabric with the Paper Crafter Crayons. You can use a stencil if drawing isn’t your specialty, but I just freehanded my design.

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2. Place a sheet of printer paper over your fabric and designs.

3. Set your Iron on to the cotton setting, no steam and iron over the paper and fabric. This will heat set the crayons and your designs into the fabric.

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I love how my zippered pouch turned out. Once I heat set the crayons I decided that I wanted to outline my design in black, so I grabbed my small Black PITT® Pen and sketched around them. I think this turned out pretty cute.

 

Supplies:

Paper Crafter Crayons: BLUE/GREEN

Paper Crafter Crayons: RED/YELLOW

PITT® Artist Pens: BLACK SMALL

 

Other supplies:

Muslin Fabric

Katie

Katie Smith is a published artist currently living in Texas. She loves scrapbooking, sewing, art journaling, mixed media and trying new craft techniques.  She has been crafting and creating since she was a young girl, but started her blog, Punk Projects, in January of 2010 where she posts craft tutorials, inspiration and features other artists.

You can find out more about Katie here: Blog, Facebook, Twitter

 

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Smokie

That is so cool. It's a cute pouch.

Taylor

this is a really cute tutorial!

Linda

Love it!

Sharon Gullikson

VERY cool!

Mk

This is so easy and looks besutiful

leahleah

Totes going to try this! Thanks for sharing!

-L

Evelyn Bermudez

Coloring on fabric? Great idea. Is it washable?

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