Wednesday, December 22, 2010

"Sew" Much to See!!

Well hello! It is our monthly installment of...
And wowzers! Have a seat, grab a cup of Joe, and get ready for some super projects with tons of sewing inspiration!!

How do I love thee? Wall Hanging
Agnieszka Piskorz

Supplies Used: One card album - Cascading Chipboard Album, Crush Dimensional Stickers, Crush Brads, Crush Chipboard, Crush Cut Outs, Crush Hot Lips die Cut, Crush Flirt, Crush 6x6 Pad, Bo Bunny White Rose Trim, Bo Bunny Ribbon Polka Dots

Winter Weather
Sandra Rupp

Supplies Used: Midnight Frost Ice, Dark Denim Dot, Frost Dot

You-er Than You
Tara Orr

Supplies Used: Cambridge Cut Outs, Cambridge Cardstock Stickers Strength & Honor, Cambridge Post, Cambridge Crown Die Cut, Cambridge Chess, Cambridge Stripe, Cambridge Chipboard Stickers, Cambridge Combo Stickers, Noel Postcards, Newsprint Wraps, Antique Lace Petal

Designer's Tip: I used faux stitching around the die cut as well as on my handmade tags. I find the white shows up very well with the darker colored patterned papers. I also took one of Bo Bunny's fantastic petals and 'unstitched' it creating a length of lace to which I applied to the outer rim of some of my die cut as well as at the bottom of my page.

Addicted to Love
Irene Tan
Supplies Used: Crazy Love Happy Together, Crazy Love More Than Words, Crazy Love Cut Outs, Crazy Love Fudge & Flowers, Crazy Love Story, Crazy Love Chipboard, Crazy Love brads
Glitter Crazy Love Layered Chipboard, Pink Rose Wrap, Crazy Love Rub-On

Christmas Tree Frame
Robbie Herring

Supplies Used: Noel Collection Memories, Noel 12"Chipboard, Noel iCandy Glitter Stickers, Double Dot Harvest Dot Ribbon, Double Dot Olive Dot Ribbon, Bo Bunny Buttons and Bling

Designer's Tip: For the stitched border, I used all 6 strands of floss for the green border and only 3 strands for the red border. It is a subtle difference, but adds a touch more interest. The Christmas tree was created with the double dot ribbon. I just stitched underneath the folds to hold it in place. I then sewed the buttons directly to the paper. Just be sure to poke your holes first.


  1. Great stuff!!! Thank you for showing it!

  2. Love these!! Fabulous job ladies. :)
    - April W

  3. Wow amazing projects to share today!!

  4. I do not like to sew... but this post has convinced me to try again.
    Maybe I'll like it on paper! These layouts and projects are so great. I love to see what you girls come up with.

  5. Totally love these! I just adore the texture stitching/sewing adds to things!!!

  6. whauw girls great job....
    and I love the sewing on the layouts it gives them something extra's have a great day Jolanda

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  8. These are all so beautiful - each in their own way!