|Here are some samples of the "make and take" book/goodie bag project I'll be offering this Saturday at The Muse.|
I spent yesterday in the studio prepping for this Saturday's event at The Muse in Frederick, Maryland. I had fun carving and printing with veggies, designing some Day of the Dead freezer paper stencils and creating a series of festive goodie bags!
|Day of the Dead bag design #1: Skull is created with freezer paper stencils. Flowers are carved from turnip slices.|
|Day of the Dead bag design #2: Pink skull created with a freezer paper stencil. Details on skull printed with carved carrots.|
|Mola Cat bag design: Masking tape mask to create the blue background then textured with a carved carrot. Cat carved out of Speedball Speedy Carve.|
|I used masking tape to divide up the printing areas, then painted the exposed areas and printed with hot glue on cardboard blocks.|
|A quick and easy design using a carved cross-section of a carrot.|
I'll be at The Muse signing copies of my book, Fabric Printing at Home, demoing a number of printing techniques and offering the opportunity for the first twenty guests to create their own make and take Halloween goodie/book bag (which coincidentally is the perfect size in which to carry a copy of my book!)
|A perfect fit!|
If you happen to live nearby...I hope you'll stop by and say "Hi" and maybe have a go at printing up your own bag!
Saturday, October 24 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
19 North Market Street
Frederick, MD 21701
LOVE your cat design - what fun!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Win. The carved block is based on a design of a mola that I have.Delete