can use anything, including fabric) and cover it with paint.
Keep it simple.
bit of interest on the back.
Enamel (UTEE) in it.
that both sides are coated with UTEE.
with your fingers – the UTEE is very hot). Let some of the excess
UTEE drip off
doesn’t permanently stick.
crafting heat tool. You can either do it directly on the Teflon craft
sheet, or punch a hole and suspend the piece as you heat it.
an eyelet in the hole.
wouldn’t submerge them in water.
avid scrapbooker. She is currently the co-host of Scrapbook Soup TV
(PBS) and beginning in January 2011 Julie will be writing a column
called “Adventures in Arting” in Cloth Paper Scissors magazine.
Julie’s hour long instructional DVD “Collage Fast & Furious” was
released in July 2010 by Interweave. She designs rubber stamps for
Stamping Bella and stencils for The Crafter’s Workshop.
Julie and her husband live in a tiny apartment with a big art studio
in the middle of New York City. She blogs her art adventures at
www.balzerdesigns.typepad.com. Follow her Twitter feed at