Scrapbook How To: Die-Cut Fabric

Adding soft texture to your layout using die-cut fabric shapes is easier than it might sound. And, as Danielle Flanders shows us in her She’s All Girl layout from the Mixed Media issue, fabric and felt die-cut accents have many creative possibilities. Stitch on them for additional texture or layer felt on fabric for cozy dimensional embellishments. For example, die-cut felt pool shapes and add them to fabric waves for a sweet summertime layout your kids will love touching.

She's All Girl by Danielle Flanders from Mixed Media, vol. 1

She’s All Girl by Danielle Flanders from Mixed Media, vol. 1

Create the look:

Step 1: cut fabric and fusible web slightly larger than die.

Step 1: Cut fabric and fusible web slightly larger than die.

Step 2: Iron fusible web to fabric back following manufacturer instructions.

Step 2: Iron fusible web to fabric back following manufacturer instructions.

Step 3: Run fabric with web backing through die-cutting machine.

Step 3: Run fabric with web backing through die-cutting machine.

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