I picked up this burlap bag at a garage sale earlier this year.
but it didn't look like this. It had a logo on one side,
and was blank on the other. I gave it a little makeover.
First I covered the logo with a strip of webbing.
Then, I added the little winter scene to the other side.
DISCLAIMER: This may not work with all printers. This may harm your printer if you try it. The possibility for a jam is extremely high.
That being said, I obviously didn't care about any of these facts, and did it anyway. Luckily, it worked for me.
I used my fabric printing technique on burlap for the image. That's right, I ran a piece of burlap through my printer. Sorry, I don't have a photo for every step, but here's what I did. I went over the burlap with a lint brush about a hundred times to get rid of as many fibers as I could. Then, I ironed it to flatten it out. Next, I cut it to size, and attached it to a transparency sheet. You know, the plastic stuff. I used repositionable stencil adhesive to attach it. After printing, I attached the piece to the bag with Stitch Witchery.
Done. Simple, and a bit festive with greenery.
I have lots of other ideas to execute, and cleaning to do. See ya soon.
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