Time to play...
First I wanted to share a little tip about die cutting fabric and felt. I do not know why it helps. I just know if you do this you are more likely to get a crisp clean cut with fewer threads.
Here's the tip: place a sheet of regular copy paper next to the cutting blades on the die and then layer the fabric/felt on top.
In this case, since I was using the House Ornament Scoreboard die to cut fabric, I also added a layer of cardboard on top of the fabric. Then just create the normal sandwich using two standard cutting pads before running it through your Sizzix machine.
In my stash I had a little canvas and wood banner from Jillibean Soup's Mix the Media line.
I wanted to add emphasis to the word "heart" so I darkened it with a micron pen.
I will mention that before I die cut the fabric I had already backed it with Wonder Under. I simply peeled off the liner and positioned the die cuts before fusing them in place with an iron.
Ta-dah! Let the holidays begin!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you find some time to play today! Susie
Supplies for Christmas Mini Banner:Sizzix Eileen Hull House Ornament Bigz L Scoreboard Die
Sizzix Eileen Hull Journaling Card Hearts Thinlits Die Set
Sizzix Hero Arts Snowman Framelits stamps and die set (retired)
Jillibean Soup Mix the Media Wood & Canvas Panel, 6"x6"
Stamping Bella Christmas Sentiment Rubber Stamp Set EB894
Studio Calico Potty People wood embellishment
Pellon Wonder Under
Archival Ink, black
Pigma Micron Pen, black