I started out with these tickets to Burning Man. I long admired the artwork and wanted to
do something special with them.
I scanned them in and printed them on cotton fabric sheets.
Then I applied the cotton sheets to a fusible. I cut them up and laid them out in a frame design.
I placed the stone using a dot of Aileen's Tacky Glue. Mainly because I didn't want to wait the 24 hours for the E6000 to set when I was going to secure the stone using the peyote stitch.
I really enjoyed doing this and already have another project with some larger stones in mind.
I added some holographic hand stitches radiating from the stone outward. for more fun.
I also added a second row of the tear drop shapes in a different color to join the colors of the tickets with the stone.
I learned a lot and knowing how to do this stitch now opens up a lot of possibilities for more beading!
I've got some quilted commissions to finish up this week so I'd better get busy. It was a wonderful Labor Day holiday to sit and bead!
Hope yours was fun too!