Natural Dyeing and Embroidery
What to do with all that beautiful fabric you dyed using fruits, flowers and vegetables? See more HERE. Here’s what I did. Stamp on it: create a sketch, transfer it to a sheet of rubber, then carve a stamp. You can also use a stamp you already have. Ink that stamp up and place on a piece of your naturally dyed cloth. Embroider all or parts of the stamped image. Here are my results. Secondly, I created an art journal page to remember my combinations and the outcome of the dyeing experiments. I encourage you to try something you’ve never done before. It just might be stress releasing and over…
Nature’s Beautiful Hues
With so many artificial products out in our world, it’s so refreshing when you can enjoy natures beautiful hues. I am so enjoying one of the gifts my hubby gave me for Christmas . . . Wanderlust class. I’ve heard of natural dying before (with flowers, spices and more), but I’ve never given a try, until now. I’m so thrilled to say that I love it. It’s easy, fun and the result is beautiful. I thought I’d share the results with you. For the below I used avocado pits, hibiscus flowers, Tumeric and some black tea. Wishing you a day filled with beautiful color and blessing.