Create your desired pillow design in Photoshop. When you are finished, flatten image and then click Image>Rotate>Flip Horizontal. The design will need to be printed backwards on transfer paper. Print your design onto the iron-on transfer paper. Use manufacturer’s instructions to heat transfer image onto fabric. I chose a very light-colored fabric to make the colors in my design very vibrant. Now with right-sides together, stitch to a backing fabric, leaving an opening to turn. Turn right sides out, stuff and stitch opening closed. I also added a patchwork border to the top and bottom of my iron-on design. You can do this by piecing together 2 ½” squares and sewing to your transferred design before stitching to the backing fabric.
All Natural Brushes by Rhonna Farrer (Downloaded from Two Peas in a Bucket)
Rhonna Swirls by Rhonna Farrer (Downloaded from Two Peas in a Bucket)
Old Stamps by Rhonna Farrer (Downloaded from Two Peas in a Bucket)
My Gypsy Rose Paper by Michelle Coleman (Downloaded from ScrapArtist.com)
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The Everyday Digital Scrapbooking Idea Blog's mission is to bring new ideas for scrapbooking with your computer via tutorials every weekday. This mission is accomplished through step-by-step instructions, visual examples of layouts, and links for related information for all ages. This blog is a multi-designer blog devoted to digital technology for use in scrapbooking. Its purpose is to inspire creativity by sharing links and resources.
We are looking to add several team members. If you are a Digital artist or infuse your projects with a digital touch, please consider applying or pass the word to those you know have such talent.
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-create two-three projects per month as assigned with full credit and world-wide exposure of your talent
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Deadline: November 28, 2006
Announcement of team: December 5, 2006