Friday, December 13, 2013

embellished sleeves











24 comments:

Nooly said...

so cute!
fabric spray?
is that fabric paint in a spray bottle? do you make it yourself? water it down?
so wanna do this!

Doro Kaiser said...

your creativity is unlimited. everytime i visit your blog i'm so impressed! thanks for those inspirations. i love them all!

best wishes, ♥, doro K.

semforever said...

all of them are very very nicee :D

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Monika Jones said...

All these are gorgeous! Love the sleeves with the fabric spray.
House cleaners

Dias de inspiraciĆ³n said...

Very good idea! I love the black one.
Best wishes.

Tracy VT said...

Brilliant idea

joaleks said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE your creativity! :) Thanks!

Karin said...

Dear Alisa,
thank you for this great inspiration!
All t-shirts are beautiful!
Have a nice day!

Karin

Nicole said...

Your ideas are always awesome!!!

Lovely Idea

britt schmiesing said...

love the white on black sleeve decoration and the spray painted one. need to get me some long tees!

Nancy Jamba said...

All of your ideas are terrific. My favorites are the puff painted and the fabric scraps sleeves.

Helen said...

These are lovely, what a gorgeous, yet simple idea, I love the paisley doodles with puff paint
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kelly thompson said...

I love these!
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Joelle said...

Love the ideas. I am so inspired by your art that I have decided to use your website as the inspiration for my bedroom decor. I am going with a gypsy-harem type design with overlapping colour and pattern.

For the scrap fabric sleeves, if your sleeve is stretchy enough or wide enough, you don't need to cut it open as you could slip it over the arm of your machine. You don't want to stretch it too much or your new patches will have a ruched effect, but some might like that anyway.

studioGypsy said...

just genius!! you should be on the runway! :) xooxo

Ken and Dot said...

I am planning some one on one time with my granddaughter this holiday. You gave me some great ideas!

annette said...

These are fabulous. What great projects for teens and tweens too!!!

livethegoldenrule said...

YES!!! Love, Love, Love!!! All I can say is as usual, you are so clever!!!

Julia H. S. said...

I loved these sleeves! All of them, but the black ones especially.

Henriette said...

Lovely idea !

Virginia said...

Thank you Alisa, you've amazed me again. I love this idea. Hope you don't mind if I copy you. You are BRILLIANT!

mridu said...

in love with the black one :)

Anonymous said...

Hi follow your blog and enjoy your art work. Have you tried making snow scenes with your little one .
Mix soap flakes - pure soap -I use lux in England , not sure of equivelent, with warm water. Mix until you get a stiff cream consistency. Spoon onto a base . I use cardboard covered with tin foil .
Make trees and foliage from twigs, cones and decorate with anything. Sprinkle with glitter. The soap will set hard and you have a table decoration which will keep for ages. Pre school children through to adults will spend ages making their landscapes. I often collect small cake decorations and broken xmas decorations as resources too.

Michele Reynolds said...

Love this idea! Pinned:)

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