Now try not to faint, but here are her laminates! Aren't they to die for? You are just going to have to take my word for it that they are soft, smooth as butter and oh so very pliable. I have a super secret, super sensational tutorial planned for them.
Crayon on Fabric Tutorial
Second to beading, crayon on fabric was the most sought after tutorial being requested. So I finally found a spare moment to demo it for you.
Piece of light coloured fabric
several sheets of blank paper
Either trace or draw out a picture or design on your light fabric. A light pencil is great if you don't want your lines to be visible. I used a marker so you could see my work better. Your pencil line will be covered up when you quilt it anyway.
Tape down onto a hard surface.
You will find you have to sharpen your crayon frequently so it is easy to get into corners and near borders.
I used Crayola Crayons as I know they work. Other brands may work too, but keep in mind, sometimes the cheaper ones have a higher content of wax and less colour, so your picture may not be as vibrant.
When you are done colouring, gently blow off any loose flakes, don't rub them off as they may leave a mark. Remove the tape and head to the ironing board.
Set your iron on the highest Cotton setting, but no steam. Place a piece of blank paper under it and one covering it. Press the iron on the paper, moving slowly around. I held corners of the paper, so it didn't slide around, smearing the crayon.
Remove and voila, you have mastered colouring on fabric with crayon. Turn it into a pillow or cute wallhanging by quilting it with fun colours to match!