Thursday, March 6, 2014

Treasure Hunt Stitch Witchery


This is the first Thursday of the month, so thematically on my blog -

It's TREASURE HUNT time!!!


This is what I found at the local thrift store:



Stitch Witchery - a sewing notion
Cost: 50 cents



Have you ever felt Stitch Witchery? It's so soft and feathery. I thought surely there was some way I could use it on a card.


This is what I came up with:



The picture doesn't do it justice! A person needs to "pet" it to get the full effect. ;)










This is the inside of my card:




This is my 72nd card in the 100 Cards in 100 Days Challenge.


http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/splitcoast-challenges-f40/2014-100-100-first-round-t581992.html



Thanks for stopping by my blog today!






Sentiments: Flourishes Picking Wild Flowers
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Cardstock: Stampin' UP! Early Espresso and Garden Green
Designer Paper: from my scrap file
Treasure: Stitch Witchery
Embellishment: Offray Crochet Thread and a Button from an unknown vendor

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful card love the beautiful image and B.paper and the stitch withery gives a great texture effect
    carol x

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  2. oooooh! This is beautiful! Those papers are so striking together--the sunflowers really pop. And great way to use your thrift store find!!

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  3. Jeanette, that stuff worked wonderfully! Who would have ever thought. I really thought it was cheesecloth!! Love your card too. Sensational.
    Lynn

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  4. What a stunning card - love the contrast between the 'timber' dp, the flowers, and that stitch witchery!! Looks like a fusible web for hems.... as I have some, my brain is now whirring with ideas :-).
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  5. Great papers! I so love the interior of the card layout.

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  6. I almost forgot....I like to say that....stitch witchery, stitch witchery....

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  7. Very pretty and colorful! Who woulda thunk using stitch witchery on a card? Great idea and love the fact that it needs petted.

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