This giveaway is for 1 pack of my 8.5 x 11 Claudine Hellmuth Studio Sticky-back canvas. Just leave a comment on this blog post and you'll be entered to win! I'll choose a winner using the random.org number generator on Monday June 15th at 5pm!
And for a little inspiration, here's a T-shirt that I embellished using Claudine Hellmuth Studio Paints and Sticky-Back canvas. (T-shirt not included in giveaway)
Here's how I made it! I bought a T-shirt from Target - my favorite place to shop! And embellished using my Claudine Hellmuth Studio acrylic paints Sticky-Back canvas. After I painted the Sticky-Back canvas I cut it into shapes and sewed them to the T-shirt with my sewing machine. You can sew it - it doesn't gum up the needle! And it holds up in the washer. Just turn it inside out and put it in a mesh bag to protect it in the machine, then lay flat to dry! You can iron lightly once dry to smooth out anything that need to be flattened again. I washed this shirt with my regular laundry, jeans etc and it was fine!
More inspiration of what you can create with Claudine Hellmuth Studio products here!
Leave a comment below and be entered to win 1 free pack of Sticky-Back canvas so you can create your own projects!
EDITED MONDAY @ 5:25PM EST *** WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT!***
A winner has been selected using the random number generator at random.org.
Click here to see if you are the winner!
thank you everyone for playing! We'll have more giveaways soon!!
You can paint on it like normal canvas, and then attach to a shirt as an embellishment? The possibilities to really personalize something is endless with this product. :)
I can't wait to try it out!
Thanks for your generosity,
I love your sticky back canvas & would love to win some to create with.
Thanks & cheers for now. Sandie xx
Love the top, very cute!!
I love this shirt and the whole idea! I love your ideas, you are always so innovative!!
Cindy in Chicago
Crossing my fingers!
Here's to hoping I WIN
Did you heat-set the paint before your first wash?
Love your paint too... :o )
-- Karen in VA
~~ Mary Lib
What a fun project!
I've been thinking I want to get my hands on some of your paints soon to check them out!
Take Care - Robin
i've been really wanting to try this. i had to make do for "home is where the art is" because i couldn't find it anywhere. great class, btw.
This would be perfect for bookbinding :)
Thanks Claudine, best wishes