Sun Print Wallet

Sun Print Wallet

By: Rebekah Meier

Watch this video tutorial on how to make this Sun Print Wallet!

Instructions: 

Sun Print Wallet

Scan leaf into the ScanNCut. Press start and preview the outline on the screen to save the image on the Scan N Cut.

Sun Print WalletAdjust the leaf to the desired size. Set the image to repeat and arrange the leaves to fit on the mat. Load the mat into the ScanNCut with a sheet of 90-140lb., 12”x12” watercolor paper. Send to Cut.

Sun Print WalletPeel the sheet off the mat, leaving the leaf cutouts on the mat. Using the spatula, peel the leaves off the mat and put them to the side.

Pin a piece of white (washed and dried ) fabric to a protected piece of padded board. Using squirt bottles, filled with free-flowing thin acrylic paint (suitable for fabric), apply to fabric.
Apply all the colors until the fabric is completely coated, but not soaking wet.

Sun Print Wallet

Arrange the leaves on the fabric and press them down. Take the board with fabric and leaves outside on a sunny day.

Sun Print Wallet

Apply a handful of salt onto fabric. The salt will also leave a design. Leave board outside until the fabric is dry.

Following manufacturer’s instructions, apply fusible web to 12”x12” piece of fabric. Apply fabric side face up onto the Standard Mat.

Sun Print Wallet

Select rectangle pattern, and adjust measurement to cut three, 9”x4” pieces. Send to cut.

Sun Print Wallet Take the three pieces, peel the removable film, and fuse fabric onto a 9”x12” piece of felt.

Sun Print Wallet

Machine stitch random lines onto the fabric/felt quilting the fabric.

Sun Print WalletFold the fabric rectangle 2/3 up to have the shape of a wallet. Pin.

Sun Print WalletUsing a sewing machine, sew all the sides as well as designs across to make sure the fabric is attached to the cutout pieces. Pin the wallet together and sew ends together, creating a wallet.

Sun Print WalletTo tie It all together, sew a small leaf and button to the top flap.

Sun Print Wallet

 

Disclaimer: I am a paid ambassador for the Brother ScanNCut.  All projects and opinions are my own.

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