Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Dress Up with Sizzix and Stencils

Love this die cut from Sizzix - it goes through the Big Shot die cutter

I put 4 pre-fused fabrics on the die cut, then stenciled the dots on the dresses

Using Deli Sheets, I can help the paint dry faster by placing it over the top and picking up the wet paint

Putting the fabrics together.  See the aqua fabric?  I put it on crooked.  So, I am going to fix that with another piece of fabric

Most times, this is how I stencil, after the fact, not on a bunch of fabric.  I used the alphabet stencils, industrial fence, flowers and leaves, doors and buttons, and what's the point.  Here is the link for StencilGirl Products

I am using this stencil brush and Blick Acrylic Paint in Black

And here we go!  Dress Up!  Just needs to be sewn!


  1. This is adorable! Can you use a regular sizzix?

  2. Anonymous10:19 AM

    i love it - so fresh and fun and free. thank you for sharing your process - you make it look so fun to try!

  3. I wonder if this would make a cute dress for Dylusions doll stamps...hmm.
    Love it!

  4. I love your process and color combinations - just delicious!

  5. This is sooo sooo cool Jamie! You make fiber art look so easy and fun!

  6. Fun! And cute too!

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