Monday, August 3, 2009

Clean & Simple Stitching

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Today's CAS challenge #26 at SCS is to use stitching on your card.  My first one was done late, late last night(too much caffeine at dinner)---not much imagination here:

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Stella Ruby paper, some twill stamped with Chocolate Chip craft ink and a button; stitched around the edge of a Sahara Sand card.  After I woke up this morning and had some more caffeine, I thought of another one, this time again using the colors of Mellow Moss, So Saffron and Bravo Burgundy that Stacey selected for her Act 2 Curtain Call.  This will be for a sweet Scottish lady in my church whose birthday is coming up:

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Stitching paper to paper is MUCH easier than fabric to paper!  But I still like the look of this CAS card!  Thanks for visiting today!

  • Stamps:  Short & Sweet, Vintage Picnic Sentiments, PTI
  • Paper:  Confetti White, Sahara Sand, So Saffron
  • Ink:  Chocolate Chip Craft, Bravo Burgundy
  • Acc:  Twill, Fabric, Buttons from my stash, Flower Layers 3 Die Cut, Sewing Machine, Dauber, Twine

13 comments:

  1. Never got round to using sewing on a card, but it does look fabby dont it? maybe i too need some caffeine?
    love the cards tho, they very pretty!
    Nicki
    x

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  2. So gorgeous!! I love the way you've done this card LeAnne! :)

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  3. These are SO cute! Love that yellow flower card!

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  4. Wow! I'm impressed with your stitched cards, LeAnne! Not sure if I'm brave enough to try that yet:) Thanks so much for playing the Curtain Call Act 2!

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  5. Thank you LeAnne! And ALL of your cards are SO wonderful too!!! I give some from your stamps to Alex because she wishes to do cardmaking club to Siberia too.

    And... a great idea to use a fabric for cards!!!

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  6. I love both cards LeAnne but especially the flower one! I love that you used fabric!

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  7. Lovely cards, never too much caffine!

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  8. These are great! I especially love the one with fabric! Love your Christmas card down below too! It is gorgeous!

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  9. Oh gosh are these ever ADORRRRRABLE!!

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  10. 2 great cards again! I wanted to do some sewing for that challenge, but I couldn't push myself to drag that dusty machine out of the mothballs! LOL I may have to force myself to do that now since you showcased your great sewing on these pretty cards! TF the inspiration!

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  11. The first card is fine, I love the patterned paper you chose. That second card is WOW! so clean and so perfect.
    I hope I can find time to work in that CAS challenge.

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  12. Oh, I love them both! Awesome stitches!

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