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Scrapbooking Trend – Fabric & Canvas (& a Giveaway from Claudine Hellmuth!)

** This Giveaway is Now Closed **

I am very excited about the melding of fabric and or canvas into scrapbooking.  These are materials that I personally love to work with.  Using them in scrapbooking allows a lot of mixed media play and helps make the scrapbooker into an artiste! ๐Ÿ™‚

Please read below for details on the giveaway!

Last year, Claudine Hellmuth released a line of materials with Ranger Industries which included "Sticky-Back Canvas."  Here is a quote from Claudine’s site about the product, "It’s a self-adhesive canvas sheet that you can decorate with paints, inks and dyes, then cut out and stick onto canvasses, cards, scrapbook pages and more.Works with manual die cutting systems too!"  Claudine is giving away one 5 piece 8 1/2" x 11" pack to a ScrapScene reader!  Details are below.

** Edited to add a note from Claudine in the comments, in case you missed it: "you can run the Sticky Back Canvas through your inkjet printer to print photos on it!"

We have been seeing a lot from Donna Downey using fabrics.  This CHA show (Winter 2009), she came out with a product line of fabric scrapbooking materials with Prima Marketing.  (See photo at left.)

Here are some comments from Corinne Delis:

"I think we will see more vintage prints and images coming in 2009. I also see no stop yet with the birds, houses and other animals for that matter people still think they are cute. I also think that there will be looked to ways to incorperate other crafts into scrapbooking. We have already seen that fabric is coming up and I think this is just the beginning."

Also, below, check out a couple of sneak peeks of some mini book projects we have instructions to in ScrapScene’s Mini Book Projects eBook.

Jessica Summers made the layout at left on the back of a canvas frame.  It is really a 3D shadow box layout!

Nathalie Kalbach made the artwork shown at right by painting on canvas with acrylic paint and applying Hambly rub-ons.  Look closely at that owl and the tree!  You can learn more about her technique here and also view more photos.

 Giveaway Details:

To win a pack of "Sticky Back Canvas," please comment to this post. This is for one 5 sheet pack of 8 1/2" x 11" sized canvas. Have you ever tried Claudine’s product?  Or, have you ever scrapbooked on fabric or canvas?  What are your experiences with it?  We will leave comments open until Wed, Feb 11th.  One random winner will be announced on Thurs, Feb 12th.

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32 Comments

  1. Connie F.
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I haven’t seen or tried canvas either. Would love to play with it. Thanks for the chance to win.

  2. February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I would really love to have a go at this!!! รขโ„ขยฅ

  3. February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Sounds like a wonderful product to try!!!

  4. February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    This canvas looks so cool! I’ve been wanting to try it out!

  5. February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    pick me, pick me – i’ve been searching high/low for this product, i love all things ‘claudine’ – thanks for being so generous!

  6. February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I have not tried to scrap on fabric or canvas. But I intend to try!

    I love the minibook.. Its fanstastic!

  7. Katherine
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    This stuff looks so awesome…really want to try it out!!!

  8. Sharon
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I have never seen this item. WOW!! The projects you have shown are fabulous. It would be great to win & try my hand with a new product. Thanks for the opportunity.

  9. lagene
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I’ve never used the Sticky-Back Canvas, but it would have been great on my page about the 9 patch quilt I made for my grandson. I used photos of the quilt, but could have printed the px of the quilt on canvas! Hope I win!

  10. syeda
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I am a vey big fan of Claudine Hellmuth. Still never got a chance to use her products. It is sure on my wish list. I have used fabric on cards but not scrapbooking. Thanks for the chance.

  11. barb
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I love to try new products–all sound interesting

  12. dodi
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    i haven’t used canvas in a scrap layout, but would like to try it!

  13. Debbie
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I have never tried your products before, but am looking forward to using your sticky back canvas. Oh, the possibilities! Can’t wait to get some!

  14. February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Ooooh!!! I saw this sticky-back canvas and regretted not buying it yet! I’ve worked with canvas before, but now that it can also be used for the inkjet printer, much less for printing photographs, I definitely want one!!! Ooooh, the possibilities are endless!!!

  15. wendy lust
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I’m keeping my fingers crossed!

  16. February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I would love to win Claudine Hellmoth’s sticky back canvas! Pick me!!

  17. carolyn chapman
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    OMGosh this is such an exciting prospect. I have not yet used any of Claudine’s new product line, nor scrapbooked on fabric or canvas. Would love to be entered and maybe even be lucky enough to win, so I can get my feet wet.

  18. Andrea
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    i HAVE used fabric on my scrapbook pages before and using a sticky backed fabric is something I would definitely try. Using adhesive is tricky with fabric, especially if you want to retain the same softness

  19. Crafty Foxe
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I’ve used canvas paper to print photos before, but the sticky stuff sounds great – very practical – lots of applications for LOs and cards going through my brain already!! My Cuttlebug is dying to get its mitts on this product!

  20. Tami
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Have never used this sticky-back canvas on a layout, but would LOVE to experiment! Always looking for new ideas, nothing like it to get those creative juices flowing!

  21. nic
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Oooh, I’ve seen this sticky backed canvas and its on my list to buy some and give it a go. I love the projects shown ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. Lynn Judge
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    oh would love some sticky back canvas!!

  23. February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Oh my world…
    Canvas. Love it. Love the word, love the feel, love the versatility… which just improved! I didn’t think that’d be possible.
    I can’t wait to try these to make my own personalized wall hangings for myself AND my family! ๐Ÿ˜€

  24. February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I have never used fabric on my layouts, but last time I saw a whole album made out of fabric. So cool, that is a technique I definitively are willing to try.

  25. Beth W
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I’ve never used canvas in a scrapping layout, but I have used it in other crafting projects. I’ve printed photos on canvas and applied to totebags, and I’ve printed photos on canvas to frame-beautiful. Works extremely well with vintage sepia prints.

  26. FaithC
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    what a cool idea! I really hope I win, I’d love to try it! ๐Ÿ™‚

  27. February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    What a wonderful give away! I love Claudine and her products! I would never have thought to use the sticky back canvas for a shadowbox. I love the owl too!

    Linda

  28. Ruth Ann Landry
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I adore Claudine Hellmuth and would love to try this product. Living in such a small, rural area it is really hard to find the newest product. Sure would love to win!

  29. Marissa
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    I’ve never tried canvas in scrapbooking. Would love to try her products.

  30. June Goh
    February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    triec doing some stuff on canvas and I totally love the textures !!

  31. February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    oh my goodness! I would love, love, love to give this a try. pick me please!

  32. February 9th, 2009Posted | Permalink

    Just discovered this website and LOVE it! I can’t wait to try a project with tthe canvas.
    xoxo
    Cristina

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