The photos below are some of the marbled fabrics I created in a class, detailed below. I quilted these two pieces in the past few days. I'm not sure what is next for them - although fiberart cards comes to mind...
The Pink+Gold marbled piece measures 11"x16". The pink, gold and blue marbled piece measures 10"x19"
Below is my marbled paper project from the same class.
Well over a year ago, I took a wonderful class entitled "Crafts I" from Geraldine Velasquez, PhD at Georgian Court University. She taught a myriad of techniques, including marbling fabrics + paper, weaving, batik, and more. My marbling paper project became the odd little item above and below entitled: "The Dress." The "dress" in real life is a dress my grandmother wore and was photographed in at age 4 in the mid 1880's, and in which most of the females in the family have also been photographed. Below is a view of the inside of the marbled paper house.
Pictured above is Alyssa, granddaughter #2; my grandmother; my mother; myself; Michelle, granddaughter #1.
Here is a photo of "the dress" in a display case that we have hanging on the wall.