I first painted my base (recycled white sheets) with several shades of green Setacolor and placed two or three plastic stencils across the surface. I then carried the print pad (plywood covered with felt) out onto the back padio and placed it on a table in full sun. It didn't take long for the prints to appear, but I waited until the paint was completely dry before removing the stencils. The wierd thing is--the lighter areas appear under the areas that are covered. Hmmmm. After heat setting, I printed directly on the fabric using the same stencils and some of my stamps. This is really a fast and fun process!
Mipad Cover using the new fabric. I love it!