Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Sewing In The Kitchen!

This week's challenge is Sewing In The Kitchen. Use stitching or faux stitching in your recipe card. This technique is fun to use with recipe cards! Our design team has stitched up this challenge with great card layouts and recipes. Play along!!!!

This card was created by me, Julie. I used a 6x6 piece behind my card to make a pocket and added my recipe on the tag. This is adorable stamp is called Sunflower Smooch! I used Basic Grey 6x6 paper. I love the 6x6 pads for recipe cards because they eliminate the need for cutting. I colored my image with Copics from my store. Join our Copic Club!
This beautiful stitched card was made by Cyndi. This is a wonderful recipe that we make in our our family also. Beautiful card!
This beautifully stitched card was made by Ceal . I love her card design! Great job!
This beautifully stitched card was created by Jessie. She used Basic Grey Cupcake paper from my store. The cupcake brad is from my store as well. Delicious card!
This beautifully stitched card was created by Lorie. This paper and bird stamp are from scrapbookstoreatyourdoor.com. Lorie colored the bird with copics.

We hope that you have been inspired by our stitched cards this week. Please leave a comment and play along!!! Look for some sweet Blog Candy on Monday! Enjoy


AlleycatPixie said...

Great cards, ladies!!! I'm really enjoying these challenges!!! Here's my card, too, for this weeks challenge :)



specialcraftmom4 said...

Great job on this challenge! What a neat set of cards (:

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