Dahlia Fold Dress 2
I have been wanting to make another Dahlia Fold dress for some time now but couldn't find the paper in my stash that I wanted to use, I had my mind set on double sided textured white, but I used some embossed gold instead. I also was also planning to use a different bodice for the dress but ended up using the same one as before. I hope you like this one as much as you did the last one. The lovely parasol is a Marianne Creatable die from Kaaren at FATCATS Card Corner. the corner is a Cheery…
Using Diecuts for Iris Folding...Create your own Pattern!
I remember how complicated Iris Folding appeared to be when I first saw it. Though it takes a little time, it is actually quite easy. One way to make it even easier is to use diecuts for the aperture shape. Here I have used shapes cut from dies and geometric iris folding patterns to customize a pattern for that shape. The tree, owl, mitten and cup are all Spellbinders die while the pumpkin and ornament are from Serendipity. Most patterns are a geometric shape...triangle, square, pentagon…
Feature Friday- Iris Folding with Fabric
My guest bathroom has had blank walls for years. Simply because I just haven’t come across what I really wanted in there. Then I ran across an old vintage crafting magazine that mentions the art of Iris Folding. Iris Folding involves folding strips of paper and glueing them down following a grid outline. It is
The Complete Guide to Iris Folding (+ Free Patterns!)
The ultimate guide to iris folding. My favourite iris folding patterns for card makers on a budget, iris folding cards & paper folding templates.