Vintage Fabric Art!

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I love fabric…and if it’s vintage fabric, I can hardly resist.

Have you ever seen a vintage table cloth or pillow case that was stained? If it’s a good price buy it!  You can do all sorts of things with unstained parts…pillows, table runners, quilt squares and…this little project!

This is the easiest, quickest project ever…

I had an old frame sitting around…I painted it and sanded the edges.

I used All-Purpose Spray Adhesive and heavy card-stock for a backing…

Spray the card stock with the adhesive on the front side and smooth fabric to stick.

Then turn it over and spray the back and just wrap the fabric around tight…like wrapping a present!

Pop them into your frame and WaaaLaaa!

I knew the perfect place for this…don’t you love this vintage pink phone??? My daughter and son-in-law gave it to me for Christmas…oh how I love it.

xo

 

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  1. well done, this looks fabulous and all the more fun for being quick
    thanks for sharing the creative inspiration

  2. Velvet says:

    Love the project! BUT the pink phone is TO DIE FOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I’m soooooooooooooooooooo jealous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I’ll bet you squealed when you opened that present.
    I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. I love this!

  4. So pretty! A quick project too :) Love the phone… I think we had one growing up.

    Always a joy stopping by to visit with you, Robin!

  5. Jennifer says:

    How cute! It looks perfect with the phone. Love the pink phone!

  6. Oh how adorable…sweet…love the pink phone….
    have a Blessed day
    Tonja

  7. Julie Garmon says:

    Oh, this phone. My heart flipped over when I saw it. Made me think of our avacado-green one back in the ’70′s. I love it~~

  8. I too noticed the pink phone – great! And the project is wonderful. very cottage chic.

  9. Adorable, your sure got the CREATIVE gene!!!! Geesh! Love the PINK phone too!!!!XO

  10. Very pretty!

  11. So sweet, I love it…you are amazing….
    blessings, julie

  12. I love vintage fabric too! I have BINS of it … can’t ever pass it by even if it is a bit stained and tattered. I love how you displayed it. Super cute. Your blog is darling. I’m visiting from Good Life Wednesday. I hope you stop by Cottage and Creek for a visit.
    Best to you,
    Lynn
    Oh … and I sooooo covet your pink phone!

  13. Just lovely…and that pink phone is too cute :) Laurel@chippingwithcharm

  14. TidyMom says:

    LOVE it!!!……but you KNOW that phone is to die for! lol
    Happy weekend Robin

  15. So Cute!! What a great way to turn timeless things into a great home accessory!!

  16. Love your project!! And gorgeous phone!!

  17. Love anything vintage… adorable blog!

  18. LOVE this idea!!! I have an entire room full, literally huge piles, of vintage fabric to go thru, and I not had a clue what to do with all of it! I even found a phone like that, only it is the kind that doesn’t hang on the wall and it is a pretty light blue color. You have inspired me so! I now have an idea of how I can use some of these old items! I may be sending some your way! :) Where do you get all of your gorgeous old windows?

    • Robin says:

      Crysta…oh the joy of a whole room of vintage fabric!!! I find cheapo windows at antique stores! Let me know when you use some of your fabric … I want to seeee! xo

  19. I love the fabric!! Super adorable and looks perfect over the phone.

  20. Wow this is amazing and you have a great blog. I am a new follower and hope to see you at My Dream Canvas too :-)

  21. TidyMom says:

    Thanks for linking up Robin! I featured your post on my wrap up http://tidymom.net/2011/im-lovin-it-wrap-up-3-12-11/

    Have a great weekend!

  22. Love this inspiration with vintage fabric! I love these ideas. Thank you for sharing.

  23. I love this and all of your featured posts on the side! Discovered your blog via tatortots and jello

  24. oh my this is BEAUTIFUL!! I’d love for you to link it up at I ♥ Nap Time.

  25. so perfect with the pink phone!

    megan
    craftycpa.blogspot.com

  26. I stumbled across your site while looking for painted furniture finishes (I have chairs that need help) and I love your ideas! I am addicted to vintage pillowcases and linens but didn’t know what to do with them (besides use them for their intended purpose). We just moved into a house built in 1884 and this picture frame/fabric idea will be perfect for our bedroom. So happy to have found your blog!!

    PS- loved the ruffled t-shirt idea too

  27. We bought the old homeplace and tore down grannies old home and I saved one window, and this gives me a great idea! Thanks for sharing, I’m visiting from Dittle Dattle, I’m your newest follower, hope you’ll visit LazyonLoblolly.
    ~Jo
    LazyonLoblolly

  28. I love this! Been thinking about a similar project for my daughter’s room, but needed that extra inspiration! I’m a new follower! I would be honored if you would visit me at: http://www.myownlittlecornerblog.blogspot.com

    Thanks!
    Brandi

  29. I’ve put together a round up of great wall art ieas on Craft Gossip today and included your post. :) You can see it here
    http://homeandgarden.craftgossip.com/25-awesome-wall-art-ideas/

    If you would like a Craft Gossip badge showing you’ve been featured, you can grab one here :)
    http://homeandgarden.craftgossip.com/grab-a-craft-gossip-button/

  30. I really like the way you think woman! new fan- I put ya on my google reader so I won’t miss anything you get up to – I finally have added a DIY tab on my blog because I am always up to something & I might as well blog about it! I’m a homeschool mommy blogger- Love Love the “1000 Gifts” book you are advertising – beautiful poetry for the heart.
    About the windows- I have a whole stack in my garage that came out of an old island house (Boca Grande, FL) they are very special to me & I love your fabric idea- I’m even thinking I might use corkboard behind the fabric (take out the glass) and use it with push pins for homeschool or craft notes! I’ll let ya kow what I end up doing with them- thanks for the brilliant suggestion!

  31. sharon says:

    Love this idea – I have lots of vintage chicken feed sacks from my mother in law that have been waiting paitently for a great way to use/display!!!

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