I have another project for you using the images from the Silhouette Studio. I showed you my Spring Greeting Cards several weeks ago using some fun images. New images are added all the time to the Studio and there are some seriously fabulous ones!
I used Erin's method of printing on fabric that she shared with us in this post. So fun. I used a light layer of spray adhesive to adhere my fabric to a piece of cardstock.
I found two kitchen images that I loved, positioned them on the computer to be the size I wanted and filled in with the color black.
I stuck the cardstock with attached fabric into the printer and hoped for the best.
I was thrilled when it came out perfectly.
I had picked up some of these Ikea dishtowels for .49 cents a piece a few months ago. You can't find a dishtowel cheaper and they were just begging for a fun image to be added to them.
I ironed them first, of course.
I cut out my images, placed my piece of fabric on the dishtowel, and pinned it in place.
I used black thread and hand stitched around the border of the fabric piece to secure it to the dishtowel.
I was super excited to see the finished product.
I tried them out in a few different places around the kitchen.
Love these images, especially the mixer. I could go crazy doing this. I like the simple black & white going on here but now my mind is spinning with ideas of blue images on a floral background and red images on a ticking stripe. Oh, the possibilities...
***Disclaimer: These are to be used for decoration only. Images printed on fabric will disappear when washed.***
If you haven't already, you really should check out the Silhouette Studio. You do not have to own a Silhouette machine to do this project or to be a part of the Silhouette Studio. So much fun to be had.
If using the Silhouette machine, you could try their fabric interfacing and have a cut-out image on a dishtowel or you could use their heat transfer paper to iron your images right on.
I will be partying on these blogs this week!