These days I am playing with faux leather.
I wanted to cut out a pattern from it and I tried the technique on a small thing.
I printed the pattern on paper and I created a stencil. I used a stencil cutter from Olfa. Then I transferred the pattern to the back of the faux leather and cut it out – with the same stencil cutter.
It worked wonderfully.
I made a cardholder.
On the back there is another pocket.
I love, LOVE the technique! And I will use it again – I think more sophisticated things could be created.
Have a great weekend,
I am linking to “Finish it up Friday”.
It's quite lovely, Geta, and I especially like the colours.
Love the color of your faux leather cardholder. The card holder is a great idea too!
Kwilt Krazy says
Nice! I am sure you will do more with that technique. I can't wait to see.
That's such a fun technique! Now I might actually know what to do with some leather scraps I picked up a few years back 😉 Thank you!
How did you know I needed one of these? Thank you for the darling idea. I love your creativity, Geta, and your vision. Aloha from Hawaii.
Wow–these would make great stocking stuffers. Did you stitch them on a regular sewing machine? Did it require a special needle? Thanks for the inspiration!
Beautiful, as always!
I hope there's a tutorial coming!
Useful and beautiful! As always.
We are waiting for the pattern.
P.S. Blogger let me comment, at last!
A sweet little thing,useful and necessary and so nice. You're doing very well with faux leather!
Gorgeous!! You have such an eye for stunning materials and projects!