a site that showed how to use fabric instead of cardstock as the base for a wax painting!! Too easy!! I looked through my stash for a piece of white fabric and got busy! I laid foil over my griddle and turned it on. I played with the temperature a bit and found that 200F or so worked just fine to melt the wax into the fabric. So I just played for while and doodled some flowers onto my fabric. It takes no time for the wax to harden once you remove it from the heat and it stiffens the fabric nicely. After a few calculations, I decided to cut my piece into 3.5" squares to make a few stitched cards using my pieces as the main element!! I try to remember to take a photo of my art (for use digitally later) before I cut it all up and you can see from the photo that I was already into the process when I remembered to take a photo. I will be able to "heal" that cut with the aid of Photoshop Elements and a bit of time.
My piece yielded nine squares so I will post my cards once I have a few made. The site I mentioned above described a way to create batik fabric which was really cool. I did not have dye but overnight I got thinking that I probably can use something else - acrylic paint or ink - instead. I may try to batik a couple of my squares.