For those who may not know, DCWV is famous for its excellent paper stacks, but this particular stack is adhesive-backed fabric. There are 12 sheets per stack.
So is it paper or is it fabric?
It is fabric, and it has a paper backing that you peel away so that you can stick the fabric to — well, just about anything you can think of.
1The first thing I wanted to explore is how this stack would stand up to the Cricut Imagine. I first had a go at printing, and then at printing and cutting… and I have to say that I was surprised at how well it worked. The printing was great! Seeing as this fabric stack is adhesive, I was able to create my own stickers. How cool is that?!
Be aware: the cutting did work on the Cricut, but it needed some help at the end when trying to get it off the Cricut cutting mat.
2After playing with the Imagine I thought I would have a go at printing onto the fabric sheets… and guess what? It worked! Using our home office HP OfficeJet (inkjet) printer, I printed on the fabric sheets just fine! This stack is getting better and better — although now I want more plain pages to play with. 🙂
3Now for the Stayzon ink (ink pad) and hand stamp experiment. Yes! And yet again, the DCWV fabric stack worked perfectly!
The following five photos show some of the experiments I did. You may click on any photo to enlarge it.
I have a couple more experiments planned for this stack as well, and of course I will let you know how they go. In the meantime, if you find any other uses for this stack, or if you have made anything with the DCWV fabric sheets that you would like to share, I would love see them — and share them with the world if you want me too.