DCWV project + prize

Last week’s DCWV winner is… Laura Kearnes! I emailed you about your prize. We’ve got ONE LAST CHANCE TO WIN! Read to see how…

Now let’s get to our final week & project featuring DCWV’s fabric paper. It’s adhesive backed, and I decided to play with it like, well, fabric!

Above you see my model – she’s posing. and wearing a shirt that I added some fashionable floral hearts to – in – get this – about 20minutes. It honestly took twice as long to edit photos + video and upload/write blog than it did to make the shirt! EASY! that adhesive really makes it simple. WOW.

So, here’s the video I made explaining what I did:

[link to youtube]

I see so many uses for this fabric paper now, and I’m hoping they come out with some holiday themed ones (how cute would it be for little Christmas shirts? Custom apron accents? Oh the possibility! Also noteable is that it’s thin enough that I think MAYBE some electronic die cutters might be able to handle cutting it. I’m not sure how it’d hold up. It does incredibly well with my Sizzix dies.

I’ve had such fun bringing you DCWV Fridays in March – I hope you enjoyed it too! There’s plenty of fun in store for April ahead…

Ok, enough chatter it is prize time!

Would you like to win two stacks from DCWV’s latest collections? Leave a comment here to be entered for your chance to win. I will contact the winner ON SUNDAY APRIL 1st and add that information here to this post.

Note: DCWV requests that entries be limited to within the USA.

Thank you DCWV for sponsoring these weekly give-aways!

65 thoughts on “DCWV project + prize”

  1. That fabric paper looks like so much fun to work with! I am going to have to be on the lookout for it in my local store.

  2. Beautiful shirt. I’ll have to pick up some fabric paper and try it out. Thanks for the chance to win.

  3. I love DCWV paper packs. This new idea (to me) looks like fun! Thanks for the chance to win.

  4. Oh I can only imagine the awesome things that could be made with this 😉 Thanks for the chance to win.

  5. Love the cute t-shirt. I just made a trip to Michael’s and checked out the DCWV paper stacks. They are so lovely. Thanks again for the chance to win.

  6. I find so many useful hints and suggestions on your blog. Thanks for sharing your insights with us.

  7. That shirt is so cute. Thanks for sharing the video. Nice paper too. Thanks for a chance to win.

  8. Cute shirt! And I absolutely love your daughter’s hair!! For someone whose hair is flat and straight, I’m envious of the untameable!! Thanks to CDWV and you May for a chance to win a great prize!

  9. Thank you for the video…a great project! And I totally understand the work involved with this blog. Keep up the good work!

  10. What a cool idea! I love it! thanks for giving us a second chance to win such lovely paper!

  11. I loved this fabric paper when you showed it a couple weeks ago. What an adorable use! Thanks for the chance to win.

  12. I wouldn’t like to win the DCWV stacks, I would LOVE it. Thanks for the shirt tutorial/video. I’ve been admiring the papers at JoAnns and now I am definitely going to buy them.

  13. An adorable shirt on an adorable model! Can’t wait to check this stuff out!! I had no idea DCWV was making fabric paper now. TOTALLY COOL!

  14. Your idea is A-May-zing as always!!!!! never thought of fabric uses…I immediately think tablecloth and napkins for the holidays – I so hope they expand the fabric line!

  15. Cute shirt and model!! BTW, loving your book for new ideas to experiment with. Thank you!!

  16. How cute! Love that its easy! I’ll have to check my JoAnn’s to see if they have the fabric back paper pack. May, are there prints that would work for little boys?

  17. Great idea. Looks much more workable than heavy iron-ons. Let us know how it works in the wash. And thanks for the chance to win.

  18. What a great idea! Thank you for the videos you always post. I grab a cup of coffee and relax with them!

  19. What a cute shirt and cute model! Love it! and love the paper stacks! Thanks for the chance to win!

  20. Simply adorable May! Thanks DCWV and May for the giveaway chance! Have a great weekend!

  21. May,
    Your Friday tutorials w/ DCWV have been great! Thanks DCWV for sharing your new products with us through talented May! Loving this fabric paper, but I am off to see if there are some “boy” colors. Perfect tutuorial to go along with your Fieldguide class this week!

  22. That is absolutely adorable and I love the onesie idea for a baby shower! Thanks for the chance to win!

  23. Sure is a pretty cute little model you have! What will we have to play with next! This is such a fun idea and like you said the Christmas one would be extra special for aprons, place mats, candle mats, the list is endless. Thanks for sharing this idea!

  24. I look forward to your post every single day. Can’t wait to see what April will bring. Keep up the great work!

  25. May,
    This is Super Cute and looks incredible easy…can’t wait to play myself. Thanks for all the give aways this month. I have certainly glad I joined the blog!

  26. Hi May,
    I have been meaning to stop by to let you know how great the crop was last weekend at Scrapbook Territory. It was so fun to meet you and enjoy your inspiration. It was such a relaxing and pleasant way to spend the day.
    I would love to win these papers.
    Thanks and i hope to see you at another crop soon.

  27. I am lovin’ what you’re doing with this fabric paper – it looks so fun to works with!!

  28. Love the fabric. . .wonder if it will work with my new toy. 🙂 Thanks for one more chance!

  29. I have some of this fabric paper and thanks for a great tip on how to make an adorable shirt for a gift. I would LOVE to win some of the latest DCWV papers!!

  30. Thanks for the great video. Love this idea and there is so much more I could do with the adhesive backed fabrics! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  31. What a great idea! I would never have thought to use it on clothing. I love the idea of making an apron. Thanks for the chance to win!

  32. I saw this online and knew I wanted to give it a try-now I know for sure.Thanks for the review and video.

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