With Christmas around the corner, my triangles somehow became Christmas trees. (That’s where I immediately start singing “Oh Tannanbaum” in my head.)
Those would make great Christmas cards I thought and stuck some fabric scraps onto cardstock. (The paint I used was Marabu in blue and Creall in yellow, still too runny for my taste. But I’ll keep looking.)
Don’t you just love how simple shapes can become more interesting just by stacking them on top of each other. Can you wear a dress made of tree fabric? For Christmas maybe, if only it didn’t take forever to print enough yardage.
If you don’t feel like getting into textil printing quite as much as me. You can still make your own Christmas cards from cardstock, fabric scraps, textile paint, a larger eraser, paintbrush and exacto knife.
Draw triangle on eraser or other rubber material, cut out.
Brush on paint, print fabric scrap. If you want to you can pull out some threats from the fabric edges. Stick fabric onto cardstock. (I used a thin see-through, double-sided tape.) And you’re done!