It is always such a thrill to be a guest artist for companies you love. Today I am excited to tell you about a tutorial I have today on the StencilGirl Talk blog. I love StencilGirl for several reasons, one because they have great stencils that offer a huge variety of styles and because they are a hometown company right here in St. Louis!
For my tutorial, I wanted to do something with fabric. I always love when I can experiment on fabric with products and techniques that lots of people think of for paper projects. You might remember that last year I started a series of Art Banners for experiments on fabric. I wanted to create something that was a bit larger and something I could continue to add to. My solution was an art journal with fabric pages.
I planned to make a custom cover that would fit my pages, but then I spied something better… a vintage clipboard that was sitting unused in my studio. I love that I can display my pages instead of closing them up in a book.
I am simply in love with how this page turned out. The cool thing is that it was a really easy project too! The technique is awesome for creating depth! Don’t worry if you can’t sew but want to work on fabric, the sewing is just an extra!
To get the full step-by-step instructions for my page (including how I made the page itself), the supply list, and for more finished project photos, check out the tutorial on the StencilGirl Talk blog: Fabric Art Journal Page by Tammy Tutterow.
PS. Did you spy my Pom Pom Posies and leaves on this project? I love how versatile these little flowers are! They ship in April and I can not wait to see how people create with them!