Earlier this week, I started a Speed Print job using my Lace Swirl Kit and I spoke about the difference between using the L498 StencilGirl stencil and the Thermofax screen to color the swirl portion of the design.
So, today, I wanted to update you and show you the difference between the two.
The StencilGirl stencil allows us to color a single swirl. This gives these prints a bit of a unique appeal because they take longer to complete than the Thermofax layer (speed print-able), but this very fact also means, that I can use a diverse selection of color to complete each print.
And as such, these prints stand out when it comes to using them. (I get very excited to use these unique prints when it comes time to sit in front of the sewing machine needle.)
But you know? Squeegee-ing two colors through a Thermofax repeat layer is a pretty snazzy way to add visual jingle too!
This, is Playful Fabric Printing. Where we push the limits of our tools by printing sparkling, playful and surprising bits of cloth, that is so much fun to use!
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2 thoughts on “Stencils, Stamps, Thermofax, oh my!”
I love the two tone thermofax print. Your color choices make my eyes happy. We warmed up to 45 today. At this rate the outdoor studio might be open in June – sigh. I did get out my copy of Dreaming from the journal page. If I can’t dye, I can paint! I figure I can try out ideas and then get everything ready for print season. 🙂
Why do I always forget about using multiple colors at the same time? It is so awesome! I need to remember this more. I love that I’m reading your posts I hear your voice telling me what you are saying. ❤