I made a bunch of these for a recent swap. Saw this stamp and I knew it would be such a fun scarf. For best results, wash scarf before stamping without any fabric softener. When dry, iron on to freezer paper to keep the scarf still as you are stamping. I was able to reuse the freezer paper for multiple scarves, just be careful if you have stray ink on the paper. Use craft ink and heat set with a dry iron when the ink is dry, usu overnight is best.
Date: Sunday, January 7, 2007 GMT Views: 1137
Registered: October 22, 2005 Location: Lovin' life in "The O.C." Posts: 13110
Sun, Jan 07, 2007 @ 8:21 PM
I have been making scarves all weekend and never thought of using the Big Blossom stamp! I am so glad I have 2 scarves left...maybe if I make one and wear it to my next workshop it will draw some good attention:-). Thanks so much for sharing your awesome scarves! You did such a great job on these.
OMG! Love this!!! I just bought a boat load of silk scarves but I am wondering about the freezer paper. Can you explain this? What side did you iron it to? Does it peel off the freezer paper well when you're done? Do you heat set it AFTER you peel it off the freezer paper? One more question... how long do they take to dry? Thanks for any help!