Ribbon Scrap Test #2 – Tulle

Lovely increase in translucence

Tulle creates a lovely increase in translucence

My second test was created by sewing a bunch of random ribbon scraps to a piece of tulle. This dramatically increased the vibrancy of a lot of the colors! Surprisingly it wasn’t all that difficult. I was convinced that the tulle would bunch up and get runs a plenty. Fortunately this was not the case!

I can see the forest and the trees!

I can see the forest and the trees!

Unfortunately the piece I created the test on was rather uneven…

This is only a test...

This is only a test...

Here are a few more shots for your viewing pleasure…

Lovely light shines through...

Lovely light shines through...

It almost glows...

It almost glows...

It's all sunshine, nothing but sunshine...flashy...

It's all sunshine, nothing but sunshine...flashy...

I have a bunch more photos of this project posted to the Crabapple Hideout Facebook page! Click on any of the photos above to get there, or just click here!

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Doubleblossomstowaway Once upon a time Back when I was wee My home away from home Was a double blossom crabapple tree On warm spring days For hours in it's boughs I'd sit Tiny friends always brought along To sing, talk, play, and read a little bit Among branches long ago and far away Pink blooms that smelled of wine This name pays homage To the best of times

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