After creating those little burlap flowers the other day I had to go back to see if fabric would hold up well if I applied Mod Podge... and it did! I was so excited. I have various fabric scraps from past sewing failures... and I do mean failures! LOL But I kept some of the scraps because I figured I'd use them for something. I'm so glad I did.
I think that using Mod Podge on fabric is perfect for cards, layouts, or mixed media projects. If you would like to make decorative bags, tea towels, or something similar that you may want to launder after usage, you might want to stick with using Heat N Bond or a similar fabric stabilizer.
I grabbed some orange floral fabric scraps from my stash and applied a very liberal amount of Mod Podge to the back side of the fabric using a brayer. I set it aside to dry for several hours and then used my circle Nestabilities to cut a frame for this card. I added a sheet of cardstock to use as a shim to ensure my fabric would cut all the way through and it did perfectly!
The sentiment is stamped on vellum using Jumbo Java Versamagic chalk Ink, which worked out beautifully. Chalk ink has a great texture that makes it easy to get a crisp stamped image when stamping on items like vellum.
I also added a few of the burlap flowers that I cut the other day. I have another card I'm going to share featuring this same fabric die cut in a different way. If I don't get a chance to photograph it today, please stop by tomorrow to check it out.
Thanks for looking!