the Non-Stick Craft Sheet, paint
two 8.5x11 sheets of Sticky-back
Canvas with Yellow Pastel Claudine
Hellmuth Studio Paint. Let
dry or speed drying with a heat
Create Faux Batik effect on
2 more sheets of Sticky-Back Canvas:
(2) On the Inkssentials Non-Stick
Craft Sheet, spread out a small layer
of Claudine Hellmuth Studio Gesso.
Stamp your foam stamp into the puddle
of Gesso and then stamp onto the Sticky-back
Canvas. Continue doing this until
the entire sheet of Sticky-back Canvas
is filled with your design. Let
(3) Once dry, place
a few dabs of various colors of Claudine
Hellmuth Studio Paint, onto the Non-Stick
Craft Sheet. Add water to the paint
by spraying the paint on with a few
sprays of water from the Mini Mister. You
want the paint to become almost
stain” consistency for this
technique. Very watery paint will
work best for this step.
brush the watery paint mixture
onto the Gesso printed Sticky-back
Canvas. You will see that where
you stamped your design with the
Gesso it now resists the paint,
leaving a beautiful pattern! Set
aside to dry.
the purse: (finished
and one half inch wide, seven
inches high and one inch and
three-quarters deep. Purse
handle can be any length you
desire, as you are attaching
small pieces of sticky back
patches together. Purse
handle width should be the
same as purse-one inch and three-quarters.)
(5) Fold the 8.5x11 sheet
of Yellow Pastel painted Sticky-back
canvas into thirds to create a shape
for the purse. Then make a crease
at the folds and then unfold.
the piece of faux batik Sticky-back
canvas into strips.
the strips onto the bottom third
of the 8.5x11 sheet of Sticky-back
canvas painted with Yellow Pastel.
This will be the front portion
of the purse. Secure by
sewing on the sewing machine.
Repeat for a purse handle as well.
the other faux batik sheet of
Sticky-back Canvas various sized
circles and attach these to the
rest of the yellow painted sheet
of Sticky-back Canvas.
you like to add a side gusset
to your purse measure for this
on the two sides of the purse and
out your lining fabric with the
wrong side up.
the paper backing from all of
your pieces and assemble them sticky
side onto the fabric. Fold to
test that all pieces are in the
correct place, and that when you
fold it up it should form into
the purse shape.
stitch on the sewing machine along
all the seams.
you would like a rounded front
to your purse, cut this now before
finishing the seams.
handle to purse with buttons on
hook n loop circle to underside
of purse flap.