Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Snowgirl Rag Scarf

The Papertrey new release is tonight. Over the next few days I will be sharing the projects I made for this months Papertrey Gueststar stamper contest. Today I am sharing the Snowgirl Rag Scarf.
I made the snowgirl panels by stamping images from the Made of Snow set and The Rustic Snowflakes set with Palette Ink and coloring them with Copic Sketch Markers.
The other printed material used is Kristmas on a string from Alexender Henry and Bijoux Swirly Buds from Heather Bailey. You can get both of those fabrics here.

This is a picture of Emilia modeling the scarf.I think it goes great with her coat and will be nice and warm on those cold winter days.
I think these scarves would also be great gifts for the holidays so I came up with an easy way to package them. The scarf fits perfectly in the clear stamp boxes that the PTI stamps come packaged in and I have a lot of them that I have saved from all the stamps I have been buying from them. I tied a piece of Sweet Blush Swiss Dots Satin Ribbon around the box and added a tag that I made with the Boxes Bags and Tags set. I plan on making more of these scarfs to sell in my Etsy shop. If you would like to buy one in the meantime let me know, I am happy to do custom orders. That's it for now I will be back tomorrow with another entry to share.


Jessica Christensen said...

So cute, Terri! I love the scarf, love the fabrics, and how clever to stamp the snowgirl on the fabrics. I love it!


Linda said...

Cute idea, Emilia looks cozy. Great job.

Gerrie Johnnic said...

WOW! How creative!

Shirley said...

Terri, your daughter is precious and so proud of her mom's creation too! The scarf is beautiful, and the snowman is precious! These should sell like hotcakes!

Orion Designs said...

Terri - this is a fabulous project!

FabricWorm said...

Great job, Terri! I think these would be a great addition to your Etsy Store. Thanks for your business! Cynthia from fabricworm