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Fabric Heart Collage

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Embellish colorful fabric swatches with Crafty Chica iron-on transfers and glitter. This project from Crafty Chica, Kathy Cano-Murillo and from I Love to Create would look great hanging on one of your kitchen walls. It creates a kind of vintage look.

Materials:

  • Crafty Chica™ Extreme Embellishment Glue™
  • Crafty Chica™ Iron-On Transfers™
    • Milagro Heart Flocked Transfer
  • Crafty Chica™ Chunky Glitters™
    • 25693 Bollywood Blue
    • 25695 Popstar Purple
    • 25696 Goddess Gold
  • Foil
  • Trims – yarn, sequins – contrasting colors
  • Measuring tape
  •  Iron
  •  Pressing cloth
  •  Sewing machine or needle and thread
  •  Scissors
  •  Fabric swatches – contrasting colors
  •  Paintbrush – liner

Steps:

  1. Cut a 9” x 6” piece of fabric and use a sewing machine or needle and thread to hem the edges.
     
  2. Place fabric piece on a hard surface and place Milagro Heart Iron-On Transfer centered on fabric. Cover with pressing cloth. Following package instructions, iron Milagro Heart transfer onto fabric.
     
  3. Cut another piece of fabric that’s 11” x 7” and hem the edges.
     
  4. Sew the smaller piece of fabric with Milagro Heart design in the center of the larger piece of fabric.
     
  5. Sew yarn and sequin trims around the edges of fabric swatch, then sew loops that hang off the bottom edge of the collage to create fringe.
     
  6. Stitch a long strand of yarn around sides and top to create a hanger for fabric piece.
     
  7. Pour a puddle of glue onto a piece of foil. Using a small liner paintbrush, brush glue onto crown of heart then immediately sprinkle Goddess Gold glitter onto glue. Let dry then shake off excess glitter.
     
  8. Repeat step for glittering other sections of heart. Refer to photo. Let dry.

 

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