Hi friends! It’s Angela Tombari back here, thank you for joining me. I have a fun project to share with you using the Jane Davenport Artomology collection. Today I am focusing on the use of Markers on an alternative surface, a piece of fabric!
As you can see from the photo I created two pouches that I intend to use for my art supplies. The first pouch size is 7 inches square and the markers fits perfectly inside. I love the vibrant colors and how it turned out.
The Markers are alcohol based, they work well on fabric and can resist soft washing. To make the pouch I started drawing on the fabric the outline of the word Create using a pencil. Then I traced over it with a black marker with a fine tip.
Finally, I started coloring with the markers, using all shades of pink. I went for a geometrical pattern, with squares and rectangles and I left a bit of space in between each shape because alcohol markers tend to smudge a bit.
The second pouch has the traditional shape of a pencil case, the size is 8 inches by 4 inches and half. I stamped one of the eyes stamp from the Jane Davenport Tin Of Glances stamp set and colored the iris with violet Flight Marker and I added a pompon of the same color on the zipper. The design of the eyes is so deep, it seams that the eyes look straight at you! So, I added the phrase Do Not Touch as a fun warning for those who intend to open the case.
Fine tip black marker, white gel pen, pencil, black Tuxedo ink pad, linen fabric, zippers, pompon.
Thank you so much for stopping by today, I really hope you liked my project and I hope to have inspired you to think outside the box with your art supplies. Let me also thanks Spellbinders to allowed me to guest design for them.