Friday, May 12, 2017

SPD May 2017 Sweet 2 Repeat Blog Hop

It's Sweet 2 Repeat Blog Hop Time SugarPea Fans

Now that you SugarPea Lovers have the April Release
in your hands, its time for an inspirational hop from the Design Team. 

I just had to play with the new SPD Mini Muslin Bags
I stamped my images from This Little Piggy onto my bag using my MISTI and a Copic friendly ink.  I stamped each image individually and multiple times until I got the level of color I wanted, a nice deep black.  

 I colored in my scene I created using Copics.
First, I cut a panel of white cardstock and slipped it inside my bag before I colored.  This was to keep my markers from bleeding through to the other side of my bag.  I used Copics E000, E00, E11, R20, R22, R24, YR23, Y21, Y17, YG21, YG23, YG25, 0, BG0000, BG000, BG01.  I just dotted color, not circles like usual Copic coloring, to protect the markers from the texture of the bag. Also I recommend coloring just inside the black line to allow bleeding of the ink. 

I am very impressed 
with how easy it is to stamp and color on these bags. 

This Little Piggy
This Little Piggy

Mini Muslin Bag
Mini Muslin Bag 
Stamps: The Little Piggy (SugarPea Designs)  Ink: Hybrid Black Licorice (My Favorite Things), Copics: E000, E00, E11, R20, R22, R24, YR23, Y21, Y17, YG21, YG23, YG25, 0, BG0000, BG000, BG01 Accessories: Mini Muslin Bags (SugarPea Designs)  Technique: Coloring on Fabric

Just hop along commenting on each designer's blog post 
for a chance to win a 
25 SugarPea Designs' Gift Certificate

Lisa Lara that's me
Simmone Clay


Michele K. Henderson said...

Wow! Lisa, this is an AMAZING idea and I LOVE how cool these little bags look! You made them look awesome! I can't wait to try this myself--you have truly inspired me today!

Dee Earnshaw said...

Gosh what a great idea - this little bag is perfect for giving fun gifts:)

Unknown said...

What a fun idea to stamp and color on the muslin bag!!!

Cynthia said...

Adorable little gift bag, Lisa. What a great idea!

Sue D said...

Squeal--love that you stamped and colored on muslin.

The Crafty Critter said...

You are so creative! I love this stamp set and I would have never thought to stamp on canvas bags before! Thank you so much for the inspiration!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

What a cute idea. Thanks for the great tips on coloring the image on canvas. Thanks for the inspiration

Rosemary said...

your little bags are absolutely adorable, lisa!

Unknown said...

What cute little bags. That is the perfect stamp for that bag.

Tracy said...

Love it! You did an awesome job with the shading on the fabric. Showing your skills lady. Hugs!

Nance said...

Super idea! Your bag is adorable. Great tips too, thanks!

Mirella said...

Oh my goodness, I LOVE these! Not only is your design adorable, but WOW, those baggies look like so much fun, both to make and to gift! I'm gonna have to try that!

Leslie Miller said...

It turned out so cute, Lisa! What a fun way to package up a little gift. That bag is a keeper!

Becca Yahrling said...

I think this is the most adorable little gift bag. So fun and so creative!

Mary Holshouser said...

So happy to see this and get some
instructions. I have some canvas
bags that I want to stamp/paint
and still collecting ideas of
how to do it. Thanks so much
for sharing your instructions.
Cute bag.

Tracey McNeely said...

I love this Lisa, such a creative idea!! Wiw. I am super curious how the bag worked out in the MISTI, did you need to remove the foam pad? Awesome awesome awesome and you have given me an idea!!

Quillish said...

Wow.. on bags??! This is such a cool thing to do.. very cute.. Thankyou for sharing!

Trina P. said...

So cool, Lisa. Would never have thought about stamping on muslin bags and you did an amazing job. And that pig is simply adorable.

Tina Z. said...

super cute!

Heather said...

This is the most adorable bag ever!!! How cute! And yeay for the Misti that enabled you to get such a great impression.

Lola said...

These are the cutest little bags ever! I really would love to try stamping/coloring material some day.

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