So. I made a custom stamped scarf the other day!
I saw a $7 plain white scarf at my favorite store, ROSS, and I immediately saw a canvas.
So I did some quick YouTube research and found that I can stamp permanent images on fabric quite easily.
I already had a Staz-On permanent ink pad for stamping and of course I have plenty of cute stamps!
I laid out my scarf on my nifty sewing board.
Not sure what it is technically called so I will call it a sewing board! I don’t see but had hopes to do so at one point so my mom hooked me up with a proper sewing shopping list. I think I have only used it for sewing like twice but have used it for cutting wrapping paper hundreds! Hahaha! Anyhow…
I laid out my board and assembled my supplies.
Stamps, Staz-On ink pad in brown and black, clear acrylic stamping block, scarf and flat surface.
I like that I could stamp the small brown feathers all at the same time by using a large stamp block and that this way they were always in the same configuration.
I stamped the brown feathers all the way down the edge of my scarf and then went back and stamped the black larger images between the brown ones in the space I left behind.
The only trouble I came across was making sure the fabric didn’t have any wrinkles me that I had enough ink and pressed firmly. It took some getting used to.
Upon completion, turn the scarf over and iron it on a low setting without steam and supposedly you can wash it. I can attest to this because I have not had need to wash mine yet and I am not sure if I ever ever needed to wash a scarf anyway!