Re: [graphicdesign-546] Re:Keep me on the list

From: Donna K.
Sent on: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 9:34 AM
Hi Anna,
 
    You take a piece of untreated fabric. Take a board or something sturdy to put the shaving cream on . They used Barbosol Shaving cream.  Drops of paint all over. They usually used 3 different colors. With a tooth pick you made a design. When happy with your design, they took the piece of fabric and laid the right side on top of the shaving cream. The key is to not to push to hard. But to push hard enough to  let everything marry. Then pull the fabric off lay it down flat. And use a 3inch hard plastic squegey and take the excess shaving cream off . And their is your design. Then iron it and your design is permanent. The paint was water based. He was using soap and water to clean his hands. So it had to be water based. It was truly unique. For the show they only used a 4 inch square. The one thing he did say was that the plastic sgueey had to be hard. Have a good edge on it.
 
  The show is the Orginial sewing and Quilting Expo. It happens every March in Gwinnett. Usually the first weekend. Its been going on for about 5 years. Even if you arent a quilter or sewer you see things that are works of art. They are amazing. It usually runs thru Thurs thru Saturday. Never on Sunday. Dont ask me why... probably because the vendors have to travel.
 
  I go and do the make it and take it projects. They are cheap an
d fun and just easy. And you get patterns and then you can remake it for small gifts. You get ideas. And you get to try something before you buy it. Some of the stuff , once is enough. But you learn a new technique. And that is the key. Learning something new. Sometimes it rekindles old passions.
 
   I go and help out at the show. That way I get in free. The booths that I help out in I sometimes get paid or they let me pick a pattern for free. And I have more fun than any one else. The Con Kerr group I worked for almost excusively. WE made close to a $1000. So I am very happy. That is a lot of pillow cases.
 
  Ok I have rattled enough. I truly do want to learn to do screen printing. I wear a 3x and none of the shirts that have things , any thing on them I wouldnt buy. They are cheap and ugly. Most I wouldnt bury my dead dog in that fabric.
 
   So I am on a mission to learn. Any thing and every thing I can. I cant wait to meet you and see all the great things that you do. And I look forward to the open house with REklein.
 
Donna


--- On Tue, 3/10/09, Anna Banguilan <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Anna Banguilan <[address removed]>
Subject: Re: [graphicdesign-546] Re:Keep me on the list
To: [address removed]
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2009, 11:02 PM

Sounds Cool!
Where was that show? and how do you make fabric out of paint and
shaving cream? you must share...do you think we can print on it??


On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 4:56 PM, Donna Kimball <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hi Anna,
>
>   I am so excited about this class, it was just poor timing on my part. I
> always go to The ORginial Sewing and Quilting Expo.  Played with paint and
> shaving cream to make fabric. It was so exciting. The whole show.
>
> Please keep me on the list.
>
> Donna
>
> --- On Tue, 3/10/09, Anna Banguilan <[address removed]> wrote:
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> From: Anna Banguilan <[address removed]>
> Subject: [graphicdesign-546] Meetups and such
> To: [address removed]
> Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2009, 3:54 PM
>
> Hello All!
> Just a note and introduction to an art school located in Buford, Anitas Art
> School.
> http://www.anitasartscool.com/
> Anita is a friend of mine and we are working on creating a printmaking class
> at her school.
> Because of the non response, I will most likely disband this group.
> If you are interested in staying on my list, send me an email at
> [address removed] and put "keep me on the art list" in the subject line.
> If you are on facebook you can friend me (search Anna Banguilan ) or join
> the Studio 8 ink group (on facebook)
> ... either list, you will be the first updated on the goings on at the
> studio, (classes, shows, etc.) I am reworking several of my sites with more
> updated info... better to email and i'll put you on the lists.
> The March 10 class is going to be postponed due to lack of response, no
> worries, always something to do...
> Hope you are having a great day!!
> more soon!
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