|The fabric is my favorite. I found it at a Antique Mall. Been saving it for something special also.|
|The roses and fruit are wonderful deep color tones.|
|Just enough fabric for two. Blessed!|
|Our great friend Candace instantly reminded me that is important to center the art.|
She had a perfect eye!
|Abagail, Candace and Amy.|
Having their company made very a delightful afternoon!
|We used spray glue to attach the fabric to the core board.|
Be sure to do the spraying outside! You need to move quickly.
Wear gloves if you can. The glue is VERY hard to remove from fingers!
I used some nice cut boards I had on hand. Can be purchased at the art store.
|Luckily, I found fabric that is color coordinated for the back side.|
I cut this piece about 2" smaller, ironed down a seam using spray starch.
Next I sprayed the board with glue and carefully smoothed it out beginning from the center.
|Oh so pretty! And thanks to my friend Roberta for inspiring me to be creative.|
She shared that she measures hers, and sews a casing, as a pillow case.
She finishes it off by hand blind stitching the open side.