You need them for journaling. I got this idea for a stamp from Nastasa at Treasure Books. https://youtube.com/c/TreasureBooks
I was cutting flaps off boxes to cover for storage, (I got lots over Christmas!) and decided to see if I could use Natasa’s idea. I fell the day after Christmas and skinned myself up pretty good. Skinning cardboard was no problem! It didn’t even hurt!
to Amazon for including this piece of cardboard in the very excessive packaging that enclosed my new book. I plan to stamp and stencil some t-shirts for the grandson. The cardboard is just the right size to slip inside! One woman’s trash…
Yeah, I know, that’s Brad’s job, but I’m talking about Angelina fibers. I bought a few packs of it at the needlearts extravaganza in Statesville. I experimented with embossing the fibers with a rubber stamp and iron: This snowflake stamp wasn’t “cut” deep enough to work well, so I chose what I hoped would be a better one:
I posted this photo on the CQI challenge site, and won a ‘squishie” full of crazy quilting goodies:
I’ll post a photo of my winnings when they arrive! I’m very excited!