Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Sew Easy Card


Morning, all! Kristina here. Happy Tuesday! :)

Today I broke out the Sew Easy tool and did a lot of stitching. :) I thought it would be fun to use different colors of floss to create a sort of stitched rainbow look.

I kept the rest of the card very simple--so the stitching could be the standout on the card--by using a simple die cut frame and sentiment stamp.

Enjoy!

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11 comments:

  1. Very nice!
    I tried it, but it wasn't "sew" nice
    on my cards ...
    Have to try again though... :-)

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    1. Yes, I've noticed it does take a little bit of practice to get a hang of the Sew Easy. But once you do have it down, it's awesome! :)

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  2. cute. love the "rainbow" look.

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  3. This is so awesome! I have some of these Sew Easy tools. I am totally going to do this! Thank you! (Inside I wished I had thought of it first) ;)

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  4. I'm SO GLAD you demonstrated THIS!! I was just telling a couple of blogland friends yesterday and a couple of days ago that I was going to purchase the Sew Easy tool next. I'm so intimidated by the sewing machine so I thought maybe I'd give this a try. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  5. Sew clever! Stitching on paper is difficult by hand, so it's good to see that the tool makes it more feasible.

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  6. I have the entire set (got sucked into a demo at a craft store) got them and couldn't get it to work the same as it did in the store. At least now I have your video (very easy to follow) and will give it a try again. Thanks so much!!

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