This week's MIM at PapertreyInk features Michelle Leone, and her very first
video tutorial, Simple Stitched Stems.
Michelle's addition of a bit of handwork gives a personal touch to a card.
Some of you know I lost my mom in February. I know many other special moms, including
daughters, daughters In Law, aunts and friend-moms to give a MD card to.
My stitched stems were made easy with a PTI die set called Stitching Lines.
Bigger Blooms supplied my flowers and Shape Shifters: Oval provided the frame and leaves for
I loved doing a bit of sewing on my card, and did one more while the stamps and dies
For these leaves, I used my copics. I made the dots with Viva Glass Effect Gel in Blackberry.
PapertreyInk cardstock, stamps and dies
If you like any of these items, just click from the list and it will take you
directly to the PTI product.
Fantastic stitched stems, Nancy!! Your cards are so pretty and bright! Hope all is well, we have the sun peeking out! Today my daughter and I saw the movie I can Only Imagine! LOVED it!! Heart Hugs!ReplyDelete
Love both your cards, Nancy! What a great idea to do some stitching over the Shape Shifters Oval die. I did not purchase that one, but guess I should have now in retrospect. Thanks for the inspiration! :)ReplyDelete
You've done a beautiful job with Michelle's technique Nancy!! These are both magnificent cards!!ReplyDelete
Both of these cards are SOOO pretty Nancy!! I just love the kraft and red card...never thought of those 2 colors as being a floral combination but absolutely LOVE it!! And of course your stitching is perfect!! Love the bright colors on your 2nd card too and dang it Nancy...didn't think I needed that Shape Shifter: Oval die, but now of course after seeing both these cards I think it NEEDS to go in my shopping cart!! Lovely, lovely cards my friend!! :0)ReplyDelete
Nancy, these are two gorgeous ideas...just perfect!ReplyDelete
Both of your cards are beautiful, Nancy. The kraft and red is so different, but I love it!ReplyDelete
Both cards are lovely Nancy. I really like the red and kraft together, a good card for someone who doesn't like things too "frilly".ReplyDelete
Both are so lovely, Nancy! Wonderful stitched creations!ReplyDelete
Nancy, LOVE both of your beautiful cards!! Your Bigger Blooms/Shape Shifters:Oval combination is just so very lovely...... in both the red/kraft and bright/yellow!ReplyDelete
Nancy, thanks for the inspiration to pull out my new Shape Shifters Die and use it. Both of your cards with their stitched stems are lovely. Great reminder to pair up Kraft and Pure Poppy like you did. Your second card is so bright and cheery it looks like Spring. Somehow I missed your sad news of your loss in February, Nancy, and I am so very sorry. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.ReplyDelete
Two beauties, Nancy. I especially love the yellow one. So, that's another thing I don't do is sew....LolReplyDelete
I just love your style. These are so fresh and pretty :)ReplyDelete
Love these color combinations, Nancy! Beautiful background choices!ReplyDelete
Such lovely cards! Thanks for the link to the Stitching Lines die. I think I need that!ReplyDelete
Both are beautiful, Nancy! Your stitching looks so wonderful. Love the bright colors on the second one and am really intrigued with the red, white and kraft. I'm really liking that combo.ReplyDelete