I was inspired recently by a block print DIY I happened upon in May’s House and Home magazine by Senior Design Editor, Margot Austin. Inspired by the relaxed boho vibe of block-printed textiles produced by some of her favorite design houses (John Robshaw, Les Indiennes and Raoul Textiles), Margot decided to mimic the look using stamps and fabric paint. The result is an easy and inexpensive way to bring a little of this look to your home or cabin for the summer. With that in mind, I searched out a few more printing with fabric tutorials online – no need for squeegees, large screens, and emulsion, beautiful prints can be created using simple materials found around the home. (Photo from House and Home – May 2012, Styling – Margot Austin, Photography – Michael Graydon). Check out 10 ideas with instruction in the links below.
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