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Sew Happy!

I'm sew happy with the way this card worked out! I think my mojo is back!

I am not much of a sewer (translate that to sewing on a button is pushing the limit of my skills) but I love all the sewing themed cards that I have seen on the blogs and forums lately. Of course I am partial to Sew Pretty from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff.

I used the buttons from Sew Pretty to decorate the inside of the card too. (Sorry, I just noticed a little bit of the pop dot sticking out. I don't have time to retake the photo but I did fix it up.)

Updated 5-21-10: I am so excited. My card got a mention for the Just Us Girls color challenge!

Please take a moment to see what the rest of the DT is up to.

Lindsay Weirich (Owner & Stamp Designer)
Cindi Hooks
Jennifer Bliss
Karin Martin
Leanne Garner
Lisa Jurecek
Margie Visnick
Melissa Craig
Rebekah Doak
Rhonda Walker
Shannon Neparko
Tamara Bennett
Tracey Allen

Thank you for looking! Have a great day!



  • Images: Sew Pretty from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on, Simple Stitches from Close To My Heart
  • Papers & CS: DP from Cherry On Top kit by the Caffinated Cropper, Georgia Pacific CS, PaperTrey kraft CS, sewing paper text paper by MelStampz on Office Max copy paper
  • Inks: Stampin' Up Real Red, Close To My Heart chocolate
  • Tools & Embellishments: DMC floss, recycled button, Close To My Heart ribbon, lace from Caffinated Cropper Cherry on Top kit, 2 pearl top straight pins
  • Techniques: Faux Stitching


Cass said…
Cheryl, this is awesome!! I love the 3d look of the thread and bobbin....the colors are beautiful and the little pins, wonderful!!
BonnieRose said…
wow... love this... great card!!
Leanne said…
Cheryl I absolutely love this!! Love how you added the thread/yarn and made it 3D and the lace looks awesome!! Wozers this is fantastic!
Karin said…
This is "sew" fabulous! Love the ruffle and all the extra sewing touches on this card :)
love it! love that eyelet lace down the side too. perfect touch!

i'm with ya on the sewing! buttons - that's about it - lol.
Kathy said…
Sew cute! (couldn't resist). Love the lace down the side and the way you wrapped real thread or yarn around the spool. Great card!
Ann Whitfield said…
I'd say that your mojo is back with a vengeance Cheryl! Absolutely brilliant card - thank you for sharing it with us at Crafty Ann's
Ann x
Scrap-It-Girl said…
One of my favorite cards yet.. I'll be calling later about this one. I love it!! Awesome.. great card~
Beryl said…
A lovely card - great design.
Thank you for sharing it with us at Crafty Ann's.
Beryl xx
Lindsay Weirich said…
wow sweetie, I say, your mojo is definately back, I love this layout, must file this idea away:)
ljurecek said…
I just love how you think outside the box and this adorable card is no exception! Super clever!
Cindi said…
fabulous card!! I love all the sewing notions on there
adorable! Love all of the ribbon and frills. TFS!
stampinbygenny said…
I love it! I love how you wound the thread on the spool. So creative. You got your mojo.
Tamara Bennett said…
This is sew creative! i love how you used actual ribbon!
Melissa Craig said…
This is fabulous! I really like how you added that thread to the spool - really gives it that extra something!!
OMG...."thinkin' your mojo is back" OMG girl.....It landed HARD!!! this is absolutely positively AMAZING!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this!!! It is SO darn cute!!!!!! GREAT job girl!!!!
Margie said…
This is gorgeous, Cheryl! I love the pins!
Mrs. Fence said…
LOVE how you did the spool on kraft paper and wound the "thread" around it! I'd say your mojo is back, for sure!
coldwaters2 said…
Oh this is excellent Cheryl loving that spool of thread and the buttons this is great work thank you for joining us at Crafty Ann's
Lorraine x
Annika said…
I'm a jealous girl. I so wish I could come up with somthing half as gorgeous!!! It's amazingly pretty and full of fabulous ideas.
Awesome!! My mother would LOVE this card!!! I love the real thread on it and the ruffles down the side!! Your mojo is definitely back girl!!
whoistracy said…
This is wonderful! I love that ruffled lace trim you added.
Linnie said…
Totaly amazing what a beauty
Thankyou for joining in at whoopsiDaisy
Heike said…
Wow, this is so cute. Wonderful card with great colors and Details. Thanks for playing with us at the Whoopsi Daisy Challenge. Good Luck!

pinky said…
This is just lovely. Great idea. Thanks for sharing at WhoopsiDaisy this month.
my5bratz said…
how fab is this card, LOVE it :0)
Lisa Kind said…
This is so clever! I love how you created the spool of thread! And the lace is a very pretty touch! Thanks for playing our JUGs challenge!
Gina said…
Fantastic! I love this, the thread on the spool of thread is just perfect.
Marlene said…
Fantastic card! Love the thread....beautiful touch!
Amber said…
Beautiful card.... love all the detail and dimension.... Great work!
Jo, Paul & Jade said…
Oh I am loving this card, inside and out! Perfect! Congrats
Sam said…
Wow, this card is awesome. Love how you wrapped the "cotton" around the spool, that gorgeous lace ruffled edge, stitched details, buttons and the sewing pattern pleats. Really gorgeous. I think your mojo is back in a serious way girl.
dstandard said…
This is fabulous - you have encouraged me to use my stamp! Thanks for playing at Card Patterns!
Cheryl - this is fabulous! I love how you wrapped thread around the popped-up spool and the lace is such a perfect finishing detail. FANTASTIC!
Sweet card!!! Thanks for joining the challenge at Paper Popsicles!
Deb said…
Hi Cheryl, Thanks 'sew' much for popping by my blog and leaving a lovely comment. I really appreciate it.

My turn. Your card is amazing! I think your mojo is definitely back. Love how you have 'dressed' up the inside as well.

Hope you are having a wonderful day!
Cheers, Deb
Sheryl said…
Cheryl this is soooo cute!! Love the kraft paper and that spool. Thanks for playing along at Paper Popsicles!
Jenny said…
SEW pretty LOVE THIS!!! Too cute!! :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
This is absolutely gorgeous. I love the colors. The buttons on the inside are a nice touch.
Nicole said…
of course, SEW GORGEOUS! love it!
Pat (mspfd) said…
WOW! Would you look at that spool of thread... pure genius. Incredible work!
Shelly said…
Fabulous card, Cheryl!!! I love how you did the spool of thread.
Creative Mish said…
This is adorable!
Shelly Schmidt said…
Fabulous card- Love the lace border, love the fiber wrapped around the spool! Awesome!!!
judie said…
love this, i love the way you have put cotton on, brill, well done and thanks for playin with us at crafty cardmakers xx
Phred said…
brilliant idea. I love it
glad you joined us at crafty cardmakers

lv toria

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