Saturday, July 9, 2011

Accent It All With Fabric!!

Who knew you can combine fabric with GlueArts Accent It All??!

Glue Girl Andrea Budjack knew...that's who!

How sweet is this summery tag that combines paper, fabrc and yes...GlueArts Accent It All vinyl?!

And speaking on sun's....we just loved loved the project Designer Leslie Ashe created with pictures of her son!

My Sunshine Tag
GlueArts Designer: Andrea Budjack

Glue Arts Accent It All
Glue Arts Glue Glider Pro Perma Tac
Glue Arts Ribbon Adhesive
Large Tag – Clear Scraps
Pattern Papers – My Mind’s Eye, The Girls Paperie
Ink - Tsukineko
Die Cut Cartridges – Doodlecharms and Storybook by Provo Craft
Stick Pin – Maya Road
Charm – Jim Holtz
Gloss – Inkssentials
Glitter – Martha Stewart
Jute – Really Reasonable Ribbon
Craft Supply – buttons, twine, adhesive pearl, fabric and doily


1. Cut pieces of paper to fit onto Clear Scraps tag and adhere together using Glue Art Pro Glide Perma Tac.
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2. Die cut sun and shadow from Glue Art Accent It All, remove from backing and place onto paper piece.
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3. Layer tag and paper piece and punch holes along perimeter, approximately ½” apart. Add jute string through holes.
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4. Apply Glue Art Ribbon Adhesive along bottom of tag. Add frayed fabric. Repeat to create a total of three layers.
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5. String buttons and adhere to top layer of fabric.
6. Die cut letters from Glue Art Accent It All, remove from backing and place onto top of tag. Apply glossy accent and glitter.
7. Add fabric ribbon to top of tag. Add heart from Accent It All to charm with pearl. Using a stick pin, add charm to bow.

Surfer Boy
GlueArts Designer: Leslie Ashe

This fun surf board could be for a summer party place setting, a birthday present for a beachy kid, a party favor or just a decoration for a fun outdoor setting...(mine is actually going in the kids soft "beachy" bathroom)

Glue Arts Accent It All Vinyl (orange, black, yellow, green, white)
Glue Arts Glue Glider Pro with Extreme Tac cartridge
Glue Arts 3D UCut It Foam

Tim Holtz Tattered Florals Die (Sizzix)
Tim Holtz Mini Flourish Die (Sizzix)
Cuttle Bug (Provocraft) Embossing Folders (D'vine Swirls, TH Rays & Retro Swirls, Dots)
wooden surfboard (Target $1 spot)
paint (Claudine Helmuth aqua)
pen (zig silver paint pen)
letters (American Crafts Thickers)

Accent It All Party Tray & Glasses
GlueArts Designer: Julia Sandvoss

How fun is this for summer and looks great in your home year round! Grab a tray, some fun glasses and you also have a great house warming gift or for a birthday too!


White Tray 
May Arts Ribbon
Cricut Expression
Cricut Paper Lace Cartridge
Cricut Forever Young Cartridge


1) Use Cricut Paper Lace cartridge to cut out full size design onto Blackout vinyl. Remove negative cut out from design and set aside. Carefully position the vinyl design onto the tray. Smoothing out the design as you lay it down.
2) Cut out the flower using the Forever Young cartridge. Layer using several colors of Accent It All to make a fun, bright flower.

3) Now use your negative pieces to decorate your glasses. Grab a small circle punch and punch a few colored circles to add to the centers for a pop of color.
4) Another option is to make a monogrammed glass set...maybe for newlyweds or a fun birthday gift! What about a milestone birthday! 

This was one quick and easy project and looks like a designer boutique set!!

We would like YOU to be able to create the projects we've shared this week along with your own! Simply post a comment today to enter to win our Combo Pack of Accent It All vinyl!

We'll select a random winner here on Monday to enjoy this prize package! Have a great weekend!


  1. Cute ideas; wouldn't have thought of vinyl and fabric but it works so well.

  2. Great projects thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.

    later tater,

  3. Oooh I love that sunshine tag! :D

  4. Loves the Glasses. Really great projects:)

  5. These project ideas are SO gorgeous! Andrea's tag combining fabric and Accent It All is absolutely stunning. I love the laced sides and every little inch of the tag. And Leslie's surfboard is totally adorable. What a fun accent for a kid's room. And Julia, brilliant party tray set....brilliant!

  6. Just love them!!thanks for the chance to win!!

  7. Really creative projects! I have a stash of fabric bits and pieces that I wasn't sure what to do with. Problem solved! Love this!

  8. Cute projects, the tag and the surfer boy. Thanks for a chance to win.

  9. More fun projects! Thanks for the ideas!

    Carol B

  10. What Great Projects!! Thanks for a chance to win!!

  11. I really like that tray! How clever. TFS :)

  12. The tag and tray are great summer projects. thanks for sharing
    stamping sue

  13. Love the projects!! Love Glue Arts products!! Thanks for the chance to win!!
    Deanna A.
    jdamund at centurytel dot net

  14. All the projects are fabulous. Love the serving tray. I think I may have one hidden away somewhere. Gotta try this

  15. Oooh now this woulod be so fun to play with! :)

  16. Gorgeous projects, one and all! Love the surfboard project :) Thanks for the chance to win!

  17. Thanks for the chance to win.. I had never heard of Accent it thanks for tell me about it... would love to win some!!!

  18. As always I would love to win any of your amazing products!!

  19. I just tried adding fabric (other than ribbon) to a card yesterday & loved it!

  20. I have never worked with vinyl, but have been wanting to. These are great ideas, and what a fun way to start!! Thanks!

  21. Great projects!! Love them.

  22. Pretty summery tag--I like the fabric trim.
    Great surfer project and party tray too.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

  23. Leslie Ashe's board is sooo my favorite!!

  24. Love the tray! and the card/tag is great!

  25. The trays and glasses are great! The project show is great and def. gives a lot of opportunites to elaborate.

  26. Wow ... What a beautiful sunshine tag..sooo sweet! Great work, Andrea!

  27. cute projects. Gotta get me some of that tape for the ribbon!