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I am a graphic designer & mixed media artist based in the UK. My interest in fabric design has sprung from a textile course I completed in 2010.
I enjoy producing surface designs.
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I created the little robin as a piece of textile art and have used him against one of my vintage collage backgrounds for a Victoriana style festive tag.
If you want to stitch the tags from fabric, cut around the blue dashed line, fold right sides together and stitch around leaving an opening at top or bottom. Turn right sides out, stitch up the open edge and thread through some embroidery floss at the top for a tag.
If using as paper decal, simply cut out on the edge of the image area, fold in half and glue then thread a hanging loop through.
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Thank you lovely people
Posted over 3 years ago.
original. delicate and romantic look!Good luck.
Lovely design! They will look so beautiful printed on fabric!
Thanks kay017 and rhondadesigns, that's very kind of you.
The robin is adorable and such a cheerful traditional symbol of goodwill! I love how you have incorporated some of your textile artwork into the layout of your charming gift tags!
Love these- so unique!
Thank you both.
Yes wren-leyland it is a little British robin who sits in my garden. You know I did type 'to' and 'from' on the labels and then I thought there's never enough room to write a more personal message so I left them blank for that purpose.
Very sweet. I like them.
You thoughtfully left lots of room for writing the names, and great instructions. Those must be British robins because they're a lot cuter than the ones we have here.
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