Friday, November 16, 2012

Stitched Sentiments...

Today Maile, Dawn and I have some Stitched Sentiments projects to share with you! You can find all of these new products on the main page at Papertrey Ink!
This card just fell together by itself pretty much - love how it all works together. I used the In Stitches to die cut the embroidery hoop from Sweet Blush cardstock and banner from Rustic Cream cardstock.


I used brown chalk around the edges to give it a cozy, handmade feel, and stamped the Sew Simple Borders across the bottom in Fine Linen ink.  Just love this banner die!
Here you can see the inside of the card. It was originally supposed to be the front, but I messed up with the stamping and the leafy stem didn't stamp all the way in the middle. See where the two hearts are stamped? That's where my mistake was. I filled it in with the hearts and made it the inside of the card instead!
Love is the Thread That Binds Us card:
STAMPS: Stitched Sentiments, Sew Simple Borders
INK: Pure Poppy, True Black, Sweet Blush, Aqua Mist, Spring Moss
PAPER: Rustic Cream cardstock, Pure Poppy Pattern Pack
DIES: In Stitches
OTHER: corner rounder.

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On this card, I stamped two of the leafy stems in Fresh Snow ink and added some berries. I think this would make a super cute and EASY holiday card also by just changing the sentiment to a holiday saying.

The chipboard heart is from the Artisan line by Pink Paislee. It's embossed with a chevron design, so all I did was dip my finger in Pure Poppy ink and swipe it over the heart to bring out the design of the chevron.


You Always Make My Heart Smile card:
STAMPS: Stitched Sentiments
INK: Fresh Snow, Pure Poppy, Sweet Blush, True Black
PAPER: Classic Kraft
DIES: none
OTHER: Artisan chipboard heart by Pink Paislee, pearl by Melissa Frances, corner rounder.

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Dawn and Maile have a few projects to show you also!



19 comments:

Cindy H. said...

It was worth waiting for, Danielle, - your cards are Beautiful! I love how you *fixed* the little mis-stamped part - very clever and so pretty.

Leigh said...

Beautiful projects, Danielle! I bought a package of each of those Pink Paislee artisan shapes. What I do is just press it down right onto my ink pad-- no messy fingers that way! ;)

Lani said...

I just love the way you used that leafy stem in a different way than all the other design team members.

Loly Borda-Towery said...

Fabulous card! I thik this stamps are the best ever!!! And you did a wondrful job, thanks for te inspiratn.

Holly Saveur said...

LOVE your cards so much so sweet.....great inspiration!!

Kathy Mc said...

Beautiful work, Danielle!

TLady said...

LOVELY DANIELLE!!!!!!! That embroidery hoop makes it look like a little window!!!!!! :)

Nancy Guse said...

Danielle, I absolutely love how you placed the branch over your hoop!!! Top notch!!

Nancy Guse said...

Danielle I also love the other card too, the way you have the branches, with just the berries and the colors you choose, it is perfect and so elegant looking!!!! I have to say top notch!!!!

Mary Lou Kemp said...

Beautiful cards....I am casing by the way since I ordered the stamps and dies for this set. Thanks for sharing your talents!

jintyoo7 said...

So pretty, love the designs. Great fix on the inside of the card :)

TLady said...

THANK YOU for coming to visit & leaving me a SWEET COMMENT! :) HOPE you come back soon! :)

jan said...

Fabulous designs! So very sweet!! And the inside too!!

gardener said...

How clever of you to turn your mistake into a beautiful design on the inside. Love how the leafy design extends onto the left side of the inside. Definitely will be doing that for mine. Great simple but fantastic cards and use of color.

Sally Eidson said...

All of these are just darling~ I'm into Stamping with Stampin Up a little, and these are really cute. Saved something I saw on Pinterest and clicked on it. It led me to your fun blog. Keep it coming as I know I'm going to enjoy your blog. Just subscribed via e-mail~ Sally :)

Marlou McAlees said...

love these gorgeous cards and stamps Danielle :)

tom@morethanpepper said...

nicely done ladies

Jona Panesa said...

so lovely Dani.

Binayabas Blog said...

Wow, through viewing the sample stitched that you have made i can say that you are doing great an creative though in making that one the mistake that you were talking is not pretty bad, it looks still great..