I found this tissue from 7 Gypsies and thought of a project using an old technique. All you need is tissue paper, preferably a cool pattern or print, and some fusible interfacing.
First you crumble the tissue and then carefully smooth it out.
Then carefully place the tissue on the fusible interfacing (there's a smooth side and a nubby side...you want your tissue ironed to the nubby side) and start to iron it, from the center. out to the edges.The iron will pick up some of the ink, so make sure to clean your iron before you go to press your best white shirt.
Now you have fabric backed tissue that you can actually sew...into what, you might ask...
Well with this tissue you can use it as it is for a cool Metro sign. Trim the edges and hang, or make a pillow...Just a decorative one, you are not going to want to snuggle up with this pillow but it sure would look great on a chair. A gift bag perhaps, or a clutch bag... I'd spray the clutch with a clear matte spray to keep the print from coming off on your hands or clothes. I'll be making mine into a Metro sign. I'm thinking of using duck tape to frame it. The paper itself is so cool, but at $6.99 for 4 sheets,
I won't be wrapping gifts in it!