DIY: Three Fabric Printing Techniques, Rolling Pin Included
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Ever since we posted about Ariele Alasko's hand-stamped upholstered chair , I've been on the lookout for more DIY fabric-printing ideas. I was pleasantly surprised when I came across Finnish photographer Kreetta's blog Gretchen Gretchen. Over a three day creative streak, she tackled three easy DIY fabric-printing techniques . Here, she shows us her materials and results. Photos by Kreetta Järvenpää of Gretchen Gretchen . Above: Starting with her trusty wooden rolling pin, she attached cut-out dots made of adhesive plastic foam. Above: Kreetta rolled the pin over an old duvet cover that already had a romantic pattern. The new print was inspired by a pearl necklace. Above. The rolling pin was also used to make this harlequin print. Above: On day two, Kreetta carved a wooden block into an arrow pattern. Above: She used black ink for color. Above: She suggests buying the proper carving tools to save time and enhance the quality of the print. Above: Lastly, Kreetta used a wooden block to which she glued craft foam cut into dots of different sizes. Above: She used old napkins and printed dots in four different colors. For the next go-around Kreetta plans to use linoleum and a carving set. Ready for more easy projects? Check out our collection of DIY posts . Happen to have a thing for rolling pins? Here are six that we love.