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Monday, 8 March 2010

Fabric Card tutorial

I've had loads of requests for a little video on how I make fabric cards. So without further ado -- ta da!






I am in London at the moment, sprucing up Alex's flat. I had fond ideas that I was going to waft around like Ann Maurice (you know, that house doctor...............), carefully placing a potted plant here and there, maybe a spot of gentle de-cluttering. Alex however, had other ideas, she had made a list. So here I am covered in paint, honestly, it's everywhere, my hair has gone white in a single day. Today the kitchen and bathroom, tomorrow the sitting room.

42 comments:

  1. She is so cute, and your video is super, you make it look so easy..

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  2. Simple yet so effective Enfys.
    Happy decorating:)
    Anne x

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  3. I love these cards En. Great video. Have you seen the Loralei's called "senior prom"? Women (and men) of an age all gussied up for a night out. They are fabulous! hugs, eileen

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  4. Love this card En!!! I've never seen fabric used this way...I'll have to give it a try!!! TFS

    Hugs,
    Terry

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  5. Lovely tutorial. Great fabric! Hope that when you finally get done painting you can get it off of you! You're a doll to do it esp. ceilings!
    R/

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  6. Enfys,
    These cards are to die for. My Red Hat ladies would go crazy. Do you ever sell these cards. I am not talented enough to make one. I am the Sandy From Kentucky. How is the weather in London? We don't have any snow and have had 50's the last few days... Have a great Tuesday and don't paint to much.

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  7. Thanks for the great tutorial Ens. Hmmm, no rest for the wicked, LOL Just kiddin', bet Alex really appreciates Mom's help.

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  8. Enfys,
    I tired this twice. I cannot believe I am the first one to post a message. These fabric cards are to die for. My Red Hats would love these. Do you ever sale them. We finally have great weather here in the 50's. Take care and don't paint to much. I have never been to London. I am Sandy From Ky. Have a great Tuesday.

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  9. This is just adorable! And how easy, I think I can do this!

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  10. What a gorgeous card Enfys,i love your image and colours.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  11. Hi Enfys,
    what a great card.
    Thank you for the video.
    Hugs
    Melodie

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  12. yey!!!! i have been waiting for this one!!! thank you so much en i can get my lovely material treat bag out that someone special sent me now :) xx

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  13. Great card and video thankyou for sharing.xx

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  14. Great tutorial En - thanks.
    Debe

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  15. Oh my! I never would have thought to use fabric. That is a fabulous card! Great video. Did you do this in London or at home. How do you keep supplies in US and Overseas? You must buy 2 of everything right?? hee hee

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  16. Great card, Enfys! love the colors. Thanks for sharing the tutorial... very informative!

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  17. Lovely card and good luck with the painting.
    bye bye,Lean.

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  18. Wow En!!! Very cute! I have read how to do this, but never seen a video. It helps to watch it being done. Do you find those fabrics over here too? I haven't bought fabric in ages! I do need to buy some to make a cover for my cricut. So maybe I'll scout out some images like these. TFS

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  19. Ha Ha Enfys, I can just see you as Ann Maurice - but much less annoying - I am sure you can still waft around as her once the painting is all done?? Good luck with it. xxx

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  20. I just love these images, and great tutorial. :)

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  21. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave.com in the Tutorials category today [09 Mar 01:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  22. I never thought of using an image from fabric on a card. I just love this and I love your blog. Thanks for the video, Pam

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  23. Enfys,

    I'm a long time follower of your blog. I just loved the video and had forgotten how much I love your fabric cards. I'm so glad you did the video.
    Is the Loralee fabric available in the U.S?
    I love your blog too!

    Take care... hope you have time to visit my blog.

    Debbie Reaves
    www.bzstampr.blogspot.com

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  24. Great video! Once again you have motivated me to try something new!

    Thanks so much for the informative video.

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  25. Great tut En! I bought Loralie fabric after seeing your cards quite awhile ago and then never got around to using it. Thanks for the video AND the reminder. xxD

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  26. That is so darn cute. I love our fabric cards. I thought you had to use some iron on stiffener so it was great to see your video and that you just use glue stick. I will have to try this now. Is this fabric available in the U.S? I've asked at JoAnns about other fabrics that you have used and they didn't know what I was talking about.

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  27. So cute, I never thought of using fabrics like that. I am going to have to keep my eyes open for some fabrics that I can use like that.
    Thanks!

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  28. This is such a cute card Enfys! Can't wait to view the video. You are so talented!!!!

    Lisa :)

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  29. Hello Enfy! wow you've been busy since my last visit. I have to say im loving all your creations especially the sweet pea one!! so many gorgeous cards, you've been a busy bee! i hope you are well hunny, and having a good week so far. Well done on your bargain at ikea and for sorting out some of your crafting stash. I started that last week, it seems never ending! hope you have a lovely day, hugs Linda x

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  30. Adorable card. Thanks for sharing the video. I would love to try fabric on my cards.

    Deborah

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  31. Hi Enfys fabulous tutorial, love the images and your card is really fantastic. With love and hugs Shirleyxxx

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  32. Enfys, I always love these cards ... very sassy. Thanks for the tutorial. Yeah, a new technique to try!!

    Jo xx

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  33. Love your fabric cards! Will have to try one.

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  34. Great Card Enfys. That image is so cute! Loved the video! Thanks for sharing your talents with us. Happy painting!

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  35. Very cute card Enfys!
    What a clever idea.

    have a lovely day.

    TR

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  36. fab and funky card, just like it's maker. will watch the vid later. janex

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  37. Oh wow! This is amazing Enfys!
    Hugs! So much details!
    -Nikki

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  38. wow I have never seen this before, off to raid the fabrics I have bought but never used!!!

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  39. I have never seen fabric used like this before! I am off to raid the fabric that I have bought but never found a use for x x x

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  40. Enfys.....Great video, thanks for posting it! I am still trying to find that fabric. Every fabric shop I go to is out!! I haven't tried in awhile, maybe I will hunt for it again this week.

    xoxo Karen Lee

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  41. Enfys, I love your blog! Your work is amazing! I have an award for you! Come see at my blog!

    http://youngsscrapping.blogspot.com

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  42. I LOVE THIS CARD!!! Gonna have to come back earlier (it's 3:23 a.m. now) when I can really concentrate on the video!

    Audrey
    http://cuteandsome.blogspot.com

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I love reading your comments, thank you for taking the time
Enfys x