Tap into your playful spirit in this workshop as we create a colorful painted, stamped and doodled fabric wristlet and matching journal. You will find yourself reaching for this step by step 16 video workshop again and again to create handmade gifts or your own mini art journals. As a bonus, watch me use a Gelli Plate to create a quick and easy layered background for our custom fabric. Then you decide whether to use a Gelli Plate OR paint and stencils for your background. Using EITHER method we will create a layered artsy custom fabric for our handmade projects.
Open Registration - Take the workshop anytime! There is no close date!
This class is self-paced and all materials are available to you. Join in when you want and finish on your schedule!
A private site has been set up for all class attendees. Videos are not available for download.
Please note: Once payment has been received and processed, registrants will have immediate access to all workshop videos.
The tuition is non-refundable once access has been given to registrants.
Please feel free to e-mail me with any questions!!! :)
What students are saying:
"Thanks so much for your helpful, wonderful, descriptive, fun videos. I truly mean it when I say that your workshop was wonderful. It's added a new dimension to my fabric art." ~Lynne
"Roben-Marie is a fabulous teacher. Doing the zipper was so easy." - Carla
•Cotton Duck Canvas - 20 x 20 (Duck Cloth is a heavy, plain woven cotton fabric.)
•Bristol or other paper for book pages : 5 sheets @ 9 1/2 x 7 (this is approximate based on the size of my finished journal.)
•Zipper - approximately 13 inches
•Straight pins - about 10
•Book awl/paper piercer
•White acrylic paint
•Sewing machine & thread
•Black acrylic paint
•Inexpensive paint brushes - just a few
•Small piece of muslin fabric (about 1/8 of a yard)
•A couple of small stipple brushes
•Stamps - a few for mark-making
•Assorted acrylic paints: cheap ones are fine
•Variety of stencils
•GelliArts Gel Plate*
•Zipper foot for sewing machine*
*Used by me but optional! You do not need a GelliArts Plate to complete this workshop.
-You will need a sewing machine.