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Candy Corn Stamped Fabric Bag – Blog Hop

Candy Corn Stamped Fabric Bag

Did you know that you can stamp inks on fabrics?  You did?  Well, did you know you can heat emboss them too?  You can!  This candy corn stamped fabric bag uses several fun techniques that are simple to create.  Let me show you!

Big Shot Burlap Candy Corn fabric

  I’m using two dies and a stamp from the Candy Corn Kisses set below.  First, cut out a small piece of burlap.  Place the large candy corn die on top of the burlap with the cutting part facing down.  Run that through your die cut machine a few times.  Remember if you don’t get a clean cut, you might need to add a shim.  (A shim could be a piece of folded cardstock or a rubber mat.  You’re just trying to add flat, even bulk to make sure the machine rollers are making good contact with the die and the material.)  The burlap cut out perfectly for me, but the fabric I used was Spiderman strong.  It didn’t want to cut out as easily.

Here’s a tip!

Burlap loves to fray.  I added Dritz Fray Check to keep it from unraveling.  It works great!  It does need up to 30 minutes to dry though, so plan for it.

I love that this Candy Corn Kisses set has matching dies!

fine embossing powder fabric stamped

Use the smaller candy corn die to cut out a piece of candy corn shaped white fabric.  Stamp the fabric using the small candy corn outline stamp and Versamark (it’s clear), or Versafine ink.  After stamping, quickly cover the fabric with fine black embossing powder.  You want to add the embossing powder before the ink dries.  Shake off the excess.

heat emboss fabric

Using tweezers so you don’t burn your fingers, activate the embossing powder by heating it with a heat gun until the powder melts.

color candy corn faber castell marker

The embossed image adds a nice dimension and it helps you stay in the lines when you color in your candy corn!  I LOVE Faber Castell’s Big Brush pens.  They are fantastic!  You can draw with them or paint with them.  See these posts for other ways I’ve used them.

I’m using the Dark Chrome Yellow and Orange Glaze.

candy stamp fabric bag

Put something inside your bag, to keep ink from going through to the other side.  I’m using a plastic sleeve from a pair of scissors I just bought.  Here’s a video that will help you if you need it!

faber castell big brush color in stamp on fabric

If your fabric soaks up a bunch of the ink from the stamp, you can go over the stamp with a pen.  (Again with my Faber Castell Big Brush love.)  I used the Big Brush Black pen.  This one is super useful!

Candy Corn Stamped Fabric Bag

Attach your finished candy corn to the bag and you’re all done!  You might consider turning the burlap and fabric candy corn into a pin that someone could wear!  To attach it you can pin it, hot glue it or whatever best fits your needs.

Candy Corn Stamped Fabric Bag

Here is the blog hop line up just in case you get lost along the way!

 Miss Emma
Miss Brigit
Miss Emily
Miss Jessica
Miss Katie
Miss Kim
Miss Liz
Miss Lucia
Miss Nikki
Miss Ruthie
Miss Audrey
Miss Joy – You Are Here! Welcome!

Happy Crafting, Friends!

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  1. Oh wow, super fun idea! Thanks so much for the awesome tutorial! Can’t wait to give it a try!
    Great hop and fun release!
    Sherrie K

  2. This is so so cute!! Love it!! What a great idea for a fun treat bag!!

  3. WOW! I just LOVE how you stamped on your treat bag!!! I must check those markers out! 😉 Thank you so much for joining us today! LOVE your creativity!
    Big HUGS,
    Emma 😉

  4. lindagk23 says:

    Wow! Your treat bag is adorable!!! Love this idea and will be trying this! Thanks for sharing and have a great day!

  5. Janet Licari says:

    Awesome job on your project and tutorial! How cute your bag turned out and good tip on the fray check. I never thought to heat emboss on fabric…good to know that it works great. Wonderful project!
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  6. Teresa Godines says:

    Super cute idea. Love the textures you added to the bag. I have never thought about embossing on fabric.

    Thanks for the inspiration

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  7. Cute treat bag. I like the addition of the burlap.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

  8. Carla Hundley says:

    Oh this is too fun!
    Thanks for all the
    tips and it would
    make a great pin.
    Carla from Utah

  9. Carol V Andrews says:

    Haven’t stamped on fabric yet…but, you make it look so easy, I’m pretty sure I’ll be trying that soon. Thanks for sharing.
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  10. Debbie Hauxhurst says:

    What a fun little treat bag! Thank you for a different way to use these dies and stamps! The videos are a terrific help, thank you. What a fun week of sneaky peeks.
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    1. Those markers are super fun!! If you draw on a craft mat with them and spray them with a little water, you can paint with them! 🙂

  11. Cathy Sobotka says:

    What a sweet treat bag!
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  12. Denise Bryant says:

    Darling treat bag! Love the textures!

  13. Gilda (McStamper) says:

    Love your fantastic idea.

  14. Joy ~ OMG your treat bag is ADORABLE!! I have to say ~ I never knew about half the products in your post! EEK! Thank you so much for all the fabulous tips! So happy you were able to join us this release!!!

    1. Thank you so much, Kim! I’m thrilled that I was able to share some fun products with you! 😀 Hugs!

  15. Migdalia Rodriguez says:

    This is such a fun idea! I absolutely love this! TFS
    Super cute, cool and fun!!
    Have a wonderful day,
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  16. You always have the most innovative projects using MCT products, and your treat bag here is no exception! Adorable!! Thank you for the smiles today!

  17. Lawanda Martin says:

    Ms. Joy, what a great little treat bag. I would love to make these for halloween, but I don’t think I have that much patience. Great job and thanks for the tutorial.
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  18. What a fun and creative project, Joy. Embossing on fabric, who knew? 🙂 Thanks for sharing.
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