Hand Stitching

ChristyUncategorized1 Comment

I don’t think I posted this one yet. But I tweeted about it.

I made this last week. I was working off a sketch from splitcoast stampers. With the paper and the stamp I was using, I figured it would work up in a hurry.

BUT. The paper I used for the base had this pretty flourish on it, which was getting lost under all the layers. I considered cutting another piece of paper without the flourish, but then I just felt like something was missing. 

So instead, I traced the flourish onto the overlapping paper, got out my paper piercer, a needle and thread, and got to work. This quick card ended up taking hours to finish (I’m a slow sewer).

But I love the results, so it was worth it.

Paper: Unknown
Stamp: Flower Quartet – Hambo
Thread: DMC
Copics: G82, 85; Y35, 15
Ink: Memento – Rich Cocoa

By The Cute and Girly: Springtime
Sundays with Crissy: Stitching
Oldie But A Goodie: Spring Is In The Air
Bunny Zoe’s Crafts: Flowers Everywhere
The Crazy Challenge: Here Comes Spring
Lexi’s Creations: Flowers

Today I’m working on various and sundry projects that will show up later this week and next. Wednesdays tend to be my catch-up days, since I spend a lot of Monday and Tuesday procrastinating.

I did have a little bit of excitement yesterday, though. My Pig-A-Boo card, which I posted last week, was featured as one of the Top Three over at the Little Red Wagon challenge blog. Can you believe it?

 I can’t. I’m amazed, and ridiculously honored to be chosen out of over 100 participants.

Anyway, back to mess making. Have a great day.

One Comment on “Hand Stitching”

  1. Karin

    Congrats again on your card being chosen…It really is crazy cute! Love this sunflower card and the flourish stitching is such a cool element!

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