awesome layering and stitching (and folding!)
The metallic thread looks great. I love that you paired it with the gold in the center of the medallion.
so cute! the colors are great and it would work well for a man or a woman. i am not a stitcher, but i love how you've used it here!
Anne, this is beautiful. The three rows of stitching make this so classy. Do you use a heavier type of thread?? Love the touches of gold on the rosette. Lovely job.
The stitching is a nice touch!
Beautiful and inspiring. Bookmarking it!
Project - congratulations card
posted 09/22/13 at 01:22 PM
Galleries: Cardmaking, Stamping
Used a cardmaps sketch and the Dear Jane Stack from DCWV to make this quick card. Made it under 2 hours.
Medallion was made using the Martha Stewart scoreboard. Heat embossed the sentiment and cut out the stamp. Used different types of dimension: paper layers, sewing, and foam adhesive. Finally got to use my new metallic thread. It's been in my sewing box for months. Kept the card simple since it's for a guy. :)
Supplies: cardstock (American Crafts), pattern paper (DCWV Dear Jane Stack), scoreboard (Martha Stewart), brad (stash), punch (Fiskars Scallop Sentiment), stamp (American Crafts/Studio Calico Heydey Sentiments), ink (Versamark), embossing powder (Egyptian Gold by Judikins), stamp block (Hero Arts), adhesive (Scrapbook Adhesives, Glue Dots, Scotch ATG)
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