Welcome to the Disney Pixar Blog Hop!
Did you like the projects from yesterday? If you missed any of them you can click HERE to find links to all of them.
Today I want to share a project that is made with adhesive backed fabric
I created a Mickey Mouse decal for my laptop
I cut all of the layers out of the solid color sheets of adhesive backed fabric and then layered them just like you would cardstock. The best part is that if I stuck something down and it did not look straight I could just peel it back and reposition it. To me, adhesive backed fabric feels more like working with a repositionable sticker than traditional vinyl. Traditional vinyls I have used would have not peeled off as clean and the pieces would have twisted and warped if you tried to peel them back and place them again.
Oh, and since you don’t use transfer tape with adhesive backed fabric there is one less product to buy. Also, with traditional vinyl you need to weed away the vinyl around the image you cut . . . but not with adhesive backed fabric. This actually gives you more product to cut with since you are not weeding anything away. You can still use that negative space that is left over to make smaller cuts for other projects.
I also made a Mickey and Minnie Mouse with a mouse hole that
I put in my hallway just outside my craft room.
Here is a closer picture
Do you love this project but just don’t know when you would have time to make it yourself? Shawn is now selling some of the things she creates! Go to
Remember . . . if you liked my project from yesterday you can still use the special discount code from The Buckle Boutique to pick up some bling for your projects!
Use the discount code
for 10% off the entire site!
So make sure to stop by
and pick up some bling!
You can also find them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TheBuckleBoutique?fref=ts
(Tell them Shawn sent you)
How about a chance to win some great prizes before you go!
Contest is now closed
Those of you that know me know that my family created the website MyCutSearch.com and that I like to have everyone play a game with MyCutSearch.com in order to enter to win prizes. Since my first project is on my laptop, let’s go to MyCutSearch and search the word
One person will win
The Bow Maker from Cathie Rigby of http://www.creativecutterroom.com/
Here is a video of her demonstrating her Bow Maker
And ALSO someone will will their choice of a a
Scrap’N Easel or a Scrap’N Easel-Ette from ContainYa Crafts!
Contest is now closed
Make sure to stop back tomorrow for a surprise treat, and then again on Tuesday when I announce the winners of the prizes!
Now it is time for me to send you off
to the next stop on the hop
Amy Chomas of
Here is the full line up in case you get lost along the way!
Day Two –
Amy Chomas http://amychomas.blogspot.com/