Printing digistamp on fabric

It’s been quiet around here for sometime eh. I have been so occupied with work and need to do a lot of things before I go on a short leave for the  holidays. I will be spending christmas and new year with my family back home and will not be around blogging during those times.

I will not be around for the next two weeks but would like to share a project that I did make for The Stamping Shack blog. I have been wandering around to do printing on fabric and did finally try one on this project. Here I used Pirate Boy digistamp from the Stamping Shack store. You can use whatever digistamp image you would wish and customize the same as you would want them too.

You can visit The Stamping Shack blog to see the process I did on this one.

This is it for now and I wish you all A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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Business card holder

I found this fabric business card holder tutorial from The Crafty Cupboard a long time ago but had the change to do this only today. Been procrastinating for so long :).

I should have done the finishing stiches on all the sides a little bit smaller so there’s more room for the business cards inside.  I’m not too happy with the alignment in the inside pockets too. Anyhow, this is my first attempt to do this project so I must improve the next one. Overall, I had fun doing this card holder.

On to the final product…

Business card holder iin fabric

Business card holder in fabric

Business card holder, with my cards

Business card holder, with my cards

Business card holder, inside

Business card holder, inside

Fabric and scrapbook shop in Dubai

I visited Dubai,UAE during Eid Holidays for a short break. Aside from visiting family and friends, included in my agenda is to visit Dubai’s scrapbook and fabrics shops that I read about online. I haven’t got a good photo of the scrapbook shop Paper Lane but I have here some snaps of the two fabric shops Classic Quilt and Craft Land. Who would never love those fabrics? I can even stay at these shops for a whole day just looking at those colors and gadgets. I bought some laminated fabrics for my pouch project, some solids, notions and fusible interface.

Got the chance to go also to Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, At The Top. The observation deck is located at the tower’s 124th floor! The tower’s not open to public during my last city visit in late 2009. It’s amazing how people can build such an amazing feat.

In opportunities where I have a chance to climb city towers or observation decks, I make it a point to go if I can. There’s always something about seeing  the whole city from above.

Anyhow, some of the photos here. Back to work after the short break but it’s all worthwhile.

Classic Quilt shop, notions

Classic Quilt shop, notions

Classic Quilt Shop, fabric display

Classic Quilt Shop, fabric display

Fabric display at Classic Quilt shop, Dubai

Craft Land fabric display

Craft Land fabric display

Craft Land at Jumeirah Town Centre, Dubai

Craft Land at Jumeirah Town Centre, Dubai

Craft Land notions

Craft Land notions

Craft Land, Dubai, quilt display

Craft Land, Dubai, quilt display

Craft Land, Dubai, fabric display

Craft Land, Dubai, fabric display

Burj Khalifa from the ground

Burj Khalifa from the ground

Sheikh Zayed Road view from Burj Khalifa, Dubai

Sheikh Zayed Road view from Burj Khalifa, Dubai

Another view At The Top

Another view At The Top