Fabric Folder

Aug 29, 2012 | Uncategorized | 0 comments


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I had so much fun creating this fabric envelope for my convention presentation.  I used an  11 inch square piece of Fabric Adhesive Roll and ironed it to the backside of Comfort Cafe fabric – and then ironed that to a piece of Comfort Cafe Designer Series Paper.  By doing that, I was able to use my Simply Scored tool and Diagonal Plate and create an envelope.  (Video coming!)


The envelope holds some coordinating note cards and matching envelopes.  I also used pieces of the fabric adhesive roll to adhere fabric to the flap of the envelope.  Pretty cute, eh? 

The large flower on the belly band was made using torn strips of fabric with the new, wonderful sticky rounds.  They are amazing and make creating these flowers super easy (another video on how to do this is coming, too!) 



Here’s a picture of the belly band, inside of the fabric envelope (shows the designer paper) and the large flower on the belly band.


Products Used:

Comfort Cafe Designer Series Paper (# 126898)

Comfort Cafe Fabric (#126894)

Fabric Adhesive Roll (#122194) – this is awesome!

Note cards and Envelopes – (#107311)

Midnight Muse Card Stock (#126843) and Ink (#126860)          

Pool  Party Card Stock (#122924) and Ink (#126982)

Stamp Set: Lacy and Lovely (#122887)

Summer Starfruit 3/8 inch Stitched Satin Ribbon (#126846)

Vintage Faceted Buttons (#127555)

White Bakers Twine (#124262)

Jumbo Sticky Rounds(#127852)

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