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Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Cross-Stitch Love Card with Coordinating Thin Cuts

CTMH's Die-namite Sale is almost over. I have a few more cards to show you featuring products which will be returning to full price soon. Today I'm featuring the beautiful Cross-Stitch Love set. I was inspired by CASology's "Cross" challenge and used colors from my upline's weekly challenge to create this card:


The colors are Thistle, Fern, and Heather.

I began by stamping the background in Heather ink, using my MISTI to keep the lines evenly spaced. These kinds of backgrounds are where the MISTI shines. I also used the MISTI to stamp my flowers and leaves, then cut them out with coordinating Thin Cuts. The stamps include all that great shading, and the leaves and flower images are separate so you can stamp the two colors easily. I also used Oval Thin Cuts for my sentiment.

Once everything was glued and foam taped in place, I added dots of Liquid Glass to look like dew drops.

Here are a few more cards using this set that I've already featured in previous blog posts. Links are provided under the pictures if you'd like to read more about the products or process.


 
 
 
Now it's off to the day job. Gina and I got final edits back on Book Two of our Montana Brides series. Time to get those done so we can work on Book Three.
 
Until next time,
Becca

4 comments:

  1. So many awesome stitch cards - and they are all so different! Love how you go so many different looks with one set! Thanks for joining us at CASology!

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  2. Wow Becca these card are SO awesome. I had decided this was one I could do without, but after seeing what you have done with this stamp set, I am truly in AWE!!

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  3. Ahh!! So many beautiful cards! Love all the cross stitches!! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CASology! Anna xo

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  4. Those cross stitch stamps are gorgeous and I love the soft feel of your first card. Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

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