Friday, January 20, 2012

From Sketch to Reality

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Today’s post features a project that started in my sketchbook and when I decided to make another laundry hamper projects my daughter choose this design for her hamper. I love the way it turned out and I want to share it here with you and show you how I made it.
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I started out this time with a Pink Fabric Hamper from the Target Dollar Spot for only $2.50

Supplies:
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Using the white pencil draw the name and the design onto the hamper. This is a step where you will be able to correct any mistakes with a wet cloth.
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Start outlining your pattern design with your Sharpie marker. This will give your design an outline as well as giving you a easier pattern to fill in.
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Start out with your first Scribbles Fabric Paint color and squeeze it around to fill the shape but not al the way. hampers 038
Nest using a damp brush spread your paint around to cover the shape. The Paint will me thin and the background color might show through a little but this is fine.
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Repeat these steps with the rest of your Scribbles Fabric Paint color choices.
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Use the Scribble Fabric Paint color of your choice to outline the name and then let it dry according to the directions on the bottle.
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Once it has dried you can use it to dress up your laundry room. I hope that you have enjoyed this tutorial on how to take it from Sketch to Reality.

2 comments:

Just Jaime said...

Great job! I love seeing the process!

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Jennifer @ Studio JRU said...

Ok... what a great idea to dress up a hamper like that! I love it! Such a fun and pretty pattern. Thanks for sharing! :)



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