Posts Tagged ‘fabric paint’

Handmade Gift Ideas: Printed Fabric Tote

Can’t find the right fabric for your gift? Why not make some?! LimeRiot has shared a simple tutorial to print your own fabric with just a toilet paper roll and some fabric paint. You can then turn it into anything! But if you want to make a tote bag, like Lime has, check out our […]

Handmade Gift Ideas: Embellished Tights

A pair of tights, some cardboard, and a few fabric markers are all you need for these embellished tights. The design possibilities are endless, making them totally customizable for any friend’s interests or style! You can see the full tutorial here: For more great gift ideas check out our specific gift guides or our […]

December 22, 2010 Featured Projects

Every two weeks we pick our favorite 15 projects that Craftster readers have voted for with the “This Rocks!” button. Here are our latest picks which were lovingly and painstakingly chosen (so many amazing projects to choose from!), this time by jungrrl. We hope you enjoy them! Crochet Hats For The Homeless (Large Photos) by […]

Gamer Wednesday: Xbox 360 Controller Dress

It’s a family affair on this week’s Gamer Wednesday! Craftster member christephi posted this adorable little dress that she made for her daughter for Father’s Day. Using reverse applique and fabric markers she added the Xbox 360 remote to the dress. How cute! You can see more great crafts by viewing the Xbox tag.

Gamer Wednesday: Chain Chomp Beanbag

What gamer could resist this awesome and GINORMOUS chain chomp beanbag? It’s a perfect perch for playing Mario or just chilling. Liyo Labs has one lucky brother! White fabric paint on the black fabric gives him his toothy grin. But hurry and throw a Koopa shell to defeat him before he takes over your car […]

Tute Tuesday: How to make etched glass canisters

For this Tute Tuesday Onyxnox shares her absolutely ingenious method for etching glass using fabric paint to create a stencil. This method allows for amazing flexibility in creating a design either using a stencil or freehand. Thanks so much to Onyxnox for sharing her secrets, and this awesome unicorn canister set! This method could be […]