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So Sew Special

Hi Everyone! I have another card to share using the Hero Arts Sew Crafty digi kit. This time I used spools of thread from the kit plus a sketch that Shari has up on the Hero Arts blog this week.


I wrapped each of the spools with a bright color of embroidery floss then stitched coordinated Xs along the inner border. The white center piece was cut out of some extra fabric I had laying around. I taped it on card stock before cutting it out so that it cut nice and straight.



This card is off in the mail to my Grandma who loves sewing and is SO special. :) Hope you are having a great day!


Materials:

Stamps: Hero Arts Sew Crafty Digi Kit, All Occasion Messages
Paper: Papertrey Ink Aqua Mist, Kraft, Spring Moss
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, PTI Tea Dye Duo
Other: Embroidery Floss, Pinking Shears, Rectangle Scallop Nestabilities

Comments

Sarah J Moerman said…
LOVE this, Ashley! Great colors and design. Love your use of real thread too.
Tiffany Ervin said…
Very fun Ashley!! Love your spools of thread!!
Kathy Martin said…
This couldn't be any cuter! Love the wrapped spools and the colors! :)
Virginia L. said…
Love EVERYTHING about this card! The criss cross stitching are FAB!
Barb said…
Your grandma is going to love this Ashley! Such a fun card! :)
donna mikasa said…
Your grandma will love this....sew special!
Totally love this. Love the colors you used and the whole card just simply fabulous! :)
Jane said…
Just LOVE it!
Tammy said…
love that you put real thread on the spools it looks great!
Jill said…
How cute! Love the real thread on the spools! Great touch, Ashley! Your cards are also so sweet!
Alice said…
i love this Ashley!! so cute and clever! love the spools and the beautiful colors!
Joy said…
Love your card Ashley, this is the sweetest card, loving the sewing theme that is out at present and you really have mastered this on this card, simply beautiful.
Leni said…
Hi Ashley, Love your card! So nice!You used real thread...great idea!

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