A Printing Frenzy

My printer is getting quite the work out these days! I’ve been busy creating and busy designing and busy testing. And yay! After four days, my migraine is pretty much gone. One of the fun things I’ve been using to print on is Avery Fabric Printable Sheets. I picked up a package at Staples, my local office supply store and was super impressed. Here’s one of the projects I created…

Joyful Caroler Printable Fabric Card


It may be difficult to see but the Joyous Caroler is printed on cotton fabric. It’s a great look and opens up the creative possibilities! I’ve written a little more about these Printable Fabric Sheets on today’s post at ETC. Check it out here if you’re interested…

Supply List: Joyous Caroler Printable by every thing creative,  cardstock by Bazzill Basics, patterned paper by Webster’s Pages, rhinestones by Zva Creative, button by Autumn Leaves, ribbon by Making Memories, sewing machine, glitter chipboard alpha by American Crafts, 03384 Avery Printable Fabric

I also have a new file this week at ETC. I’m excited to have designed my first printable template… the Blossom Top Box. It’s super easy to use as you can print the file as many times as you wish. No need for tracing, just print on the reverse side of your paper, then score and cut out. If you’re interested...you can find it here…


Have a fabulous weekend!


8 responses to “A Printing Frenzy

  1. Love the card, the colours look really vibrant on the fabric! I just bought the box template (Lisa Silver’s “fault”) not knowing it was one of your designs – great idea! Just hope I can carve out a little time to play soon!

  2. I just love coming over to your site. Your cards are very unique and I love your stamp designs for Cornish. Now this card…I MUST comment on your stitch work…I am very envious, not being able to stitch in a straight line! You inspire me.

  3. love that box template! put it in my faves until the next payday comes along! tee hee!

    and I love that card! how fun to be able to print on fabric!!! :)

  4. i am so loving these vintage Christmas images, Julia! my printer is not hooked up right now, nor does it have any ink, but i bought a 12×12 piece of scrapbook paper that has a bunch of old images on it and can’t wait to try “your style” out on them!! i’m so glad you’re feeling better. i hate migraines. 4 days–that was a good one! sus

  5. so cute, love the vintage image and your gem swirls!

  6. Julia, I love this idea and will run to Staples today and get some of this paper. Can I ask what kind of printer you use? Your images are so good and the color so saturated. Thanks!


  7. gosh this is gorgeous!! i need to find some of that paper!! This was one of my favs this week!

  8. I want to try that fabric “paper” as well! Got two Christmas images from the site….just beautiful and full of Christmas joy!
    Kim Marie

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