Hello friends! Welcome to another Stampin' Up! Artisan blog hop. This round we are featuring the Stitched All Around bundle of products. Talk about darling ... the stamp set and dies in this bundle are adorable.
I've created two cards using this bundle that I am excited to share with you today. A full list of supplies can be found at the end of this post.
Stitched All Around Clear-Mount Stamp Set
It's doilies galore with this stamp set. Just look at those stitched effects!
* Quantity: 10 rubber stamps
Stitched Labels Framelits Dies
Create delicate die-cut labels in record time with Framelits dies and the Big Shot. All the stitches a girl could want! Several versatile label pieces and a stitched texture piece that can be used to layer under a focal element make this set a must have. Edgelit pieces add a cross stitch or straight line stitching as a finishing touch to a project.
* 10 dies
* Largest die: 3-1/4" x 2-3/4" (8.3 x 7 cm)
* Use with Big Shot
Darling, darling, darling! You are fabulous. I love being able to make a custom greeting by omitting certain parts of a stamp image. I used the Stamparatus hinge step to get perfect placement by repeating "darling". I used Stampin' Write markers to ink the on the "darling" portion of the stamp (Pineapple Punch, Grapefruit Grove & Bermuda Bay). I was able to marker ink the sentiment multiple times to get the ink saturation I was looking for. Another benefit to using the Stamparatus!
The little cluster of flowers comes from the Pop of Petal stamp set. The flowers are hand cut and arranged with a few Blossom Elements and pearls as accents.
Two for the price of one ... Use up those negative shapes when you use the dies. I used the outside shape from of the large stitched die to create the window for the three "darlings" ... it's hard to see but card front is also embossed using the Subtle Textured Embossing folder.
This Thank You card is all about Grapefruit Grove, layers and faux & real stitching. The watercolor background is actually stitched onto the card front using my trusty old sewing machine. I like this look and tend to do it often.
Layers: I've used a few of the dies to layer and create the card focal point. I've extended the Grapefruit Grove stitched label to fit longer horizontally by snipping in half and adhering to either side of the Thank You circle.
Do you like the look of a monochromatic card? You can really make one color go a long way by adding layers and a variety of tones.
Thanks for visiting and I hope you've found a bit of inspiration to help you in your crafting. Up next is fellow artisan, friend and super talented crafter Connie Collins.
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