A Day For Daisies and it is to use a digi in a brand new-to-you way. I wanted to try my hand at coloring on fabric with my copics. I had some plain white Onesies left over from one of the diaper cakes I made this year so I laundered them and got to work.
I used Tammy's, "New Things," digi (it's a new release available today AND it's this week's $2 dollar deal!). I cropped and sized a portion of the image and printed it onto plain computer paper. I cut out the image and taped it to my light box:
Using a copic multiliner, I traced the image onto the fabric:
but as I experimented with the blotting and drying, by the time I made the last onesie (pink flower), there was hardly any bleeding at all:
So, what new technique will you come up!? I sure hope you'll give it a try and enter the challenge at A Day For Daisies. You will want to check out the other inspiration from the ADFD Design Team too :) Happy Crafting, <3 Lisa
***Edited to ADD - I noticed that the post on A Day For Daisies indicated I used copics to color iron-ons and wanted to clarify that I did NOT use any type iron-on product. The t-shirt iron-on sheets you can put through your printer cannot be used with your copics because it will ruin the marker nibs! This is why I opted to trace the image :) ***