I used Bold Bright re-inkers to tie-dye a basket coffee filter! To do this technique flatten a 4-cup coffee, and fold in 1/2, and then into a 1/4, and then into an 1/8th. Start in the tip of the filter with the lightest color and work out to the darkest color. Unfold your tie-dye flat and allow it to dry. I used the Bigz Clear Flower die so it's easy to center the tie-dye in your flower.
Stamp sets: Warm Words (pg.141- IB&C 2009-10), Itty bitty backgrounds (pg.132- IB&C 2009-10). Accessories: Big Shot Bigz Clear die, clear buttons, white pearl cotton, Modern Label punch, Bold Bright brads. Paper: Lovely Lilac card stock, Whisper White card stock. Ink: Classic Lovely Lilac, Classic re-inkers Yo-yo Yellow, Only Orange, Real Red, Lovely Lilac and Tempting Turquoise.
Here is another card I did for a Big Shot class a couple of months ago. I used the same die...
For this card I purchased a Fat Quarter at the fabric store, you can find them in the quilting section. I knew I wanted to use the Pumpkin corduroy buttons so I took a piece of Pumpkin Pie and Summer Sun card stock with me to match the fabric. To adhere the fabric to the card stock I watered down some Tombow glue (2 parts glue, 1 part water). Make sure the fabric/card stock is completely dry before you run it through the BigShot.
Stamp sets: Flight of the Butterfly (pg.108- IB&C 2009-10). Accessories: Big Shot Bigz Clear die, Daisy Flower sizzlit die, Pumpkin Pie corduroy buttons. Paper: Summer Sun card stock, Pumpkin Pie card stock. Ink: Classic Real Red, Classic Summer Sun.
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