What the HECK is Frisket Embroidery? Are we sewing on cards? Nope! I’m so glad you asked, because I’m really excited to show you how I made this gorgeous dress in today’s video! I used two types of masking fluids (also known as friskets) to create masked patterns to create a fabric on a stamped image that looks like embroidery! At least that’s what I think it looks like. (Do you have any idea how hard it is to name techniques? lol!)
In the video, I show you two brands of frisket, and these way cool bottles that will now be holding my Multi Matte Medium and some other liquids, since it’s got such a nice tiny nib! Love love love it. If you can’t view the video below, please click HERE to watch it directly on YouTube.
As a bonus, I included another card in the video…I wanted to see what a flower might look like using the frisket doodling…so I tried a couple types of lines:
Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project; click on the picture or wording to go directly to the item. Affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support toward the costs of running this blog! Read more.
- Masking: Miskit Liquid Frisket Mask 1.2 fl.oz., Large Empty Bottle, Tiny empty bottle, Masquepen
- Stamps: Prima Lorrenna Doll Stamp , (sentiment no longer available)
- Coloring: Copic Sketch Markers (G99 G94 R24 R89 R37 YR00 BV000 E53 E49 E47); Uni-ball Pen Signo Gel Pen
- Adhesive: Precious 3M Foam tape
- Dies: Sizzix Framelits Circles
- Tools: Corner Chomper
- Embellishing: Glossy Accents, Mini Glossy Accents, Cranberry Stickles, Opal Pearl
If you create a dress like this with frisket, let me know – I’d love to see what you create!