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LSS is Sew Nice

Happy Thursday! I know it has been a short work week, but I am sooo ready for the weekend. I wanted to do a nice chatty post today, but I really don't have anything to say. My friends will find that shocking but it's true. So, with that introduction, I will get right on to my Lindsay's Stamp Stuff project for the week.








Remember to stop by the rest of the DT to check out their projects this week. Lindsay will have a special freebie to share with you. Lisa is not posting this week. She lost power and is cleaning up after hurricane Hermine. If you would like, stop by her blog and leave her some love for when she gets her PC up and running.

Lindsay Weirich (Owner & Stamp Designer)
Cindi Hooks
Diane Bove
Jennifer Bliss
Karin Martin
Laurel Seabrook
Leanne Garner
Margie Visnick
Melissa Craig
Micki Harper
Rhonda Walker
Shannon Neparko
Tamara Bennett
Tracey Allen
Tracy Vinson

Thank you for looking!

Challenges:

Supplies:

  • Images: Sew Pretty digital stamp set by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on mygrafico.com
  • Papers & CS: Georgia Pacific CS, PTI chocolate & kraft CS, October Afternoon Thrift Shop
  • Inks: Distressed Inks Antique Linen
  • Tools: Paper piercing tool, Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities
  • Embellishments: Kaiser pearls, DMC floss, misc lace
  • Techniques: Faux stitching, stitching

Comments

Pat (mspfd) said…
I just love this super fun set. And you designed the perfect card with it! Looking forward to the weekend, too! Have a great one!!
Laurel said…
Oh such a fabby card!
Rhonda said…
oooooh!! Sew pretty!! I love this card. You are so amazing. I haven't used these sets yet and you'd think that since I make my living sewing I would have used them all by now..lol You have inspired me to give them a try..after I am done with Steampunk..of course :) Thanks for the inspiration.
1CardCreator said…
I love this Cheryl! All the stitched details look awesome! ~Diane
This is sooo cute and creative, loooovvve it!
Karin said…
Such fantastic details to all your cards! They really are amazing one of kind creations :)
Cindi said…
fabulous card! "sew" cute. I love the flower..very creative
:)
Lindsay Weirich said…
this is lovely, great layout and dimention!
chris said…
Hi Cheryl we don't mind that you haven't got much to say for yourself when you are producing beauties like this!!. its stunning, I have a bit of a thing about sewing cards.
back soon love chris xx
Margie said…
Oooh, so pretty! I love the vintage-y feel that this has! Great card!
Tamara Bennett said…
Love the pearls you added! So cute!
Riet said…
What a gorgeous card Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Faye said…
I love the cards you do in this style, they are gorgeous and you are so creative. xx
Love this!! I think you've used the spool before and I fell in love with it then and again now!! My mom would love this card too as a sewing fanatic!!
I love the sewing on your cards too. I told my mom that in about 6 months I'm going to invest in a machine and she'll have to give me lessons :)
Maria
Mrs. Fence said…
Sew pretty! Love the colors and the embellishments, it's just adorable!
Gina said…
Fantastic card! That spool of thread is great and I love all the extras you added.
Melissa Craig said…
This is wonderful Cheryl! I love the real thread on the spool - so much dimension.
Micki said…
awww girl, I always sound so dumb in my posts and because it's always late when I write them up, my brain is mush and they never make sense.

Ok your card (cards as in all of them) is gorgeous. I love how you incorporate the embellishments, type of papers, etc. takes me forever - even longer if I try to follow a sketch. lol, sometimes I wonder what I'm doing ....

hope your trip was safe. hugs
Kim E said…
Very creative card... Love the thread around the spool. Thanks for joining the Cowgirl's Sunday Stampen Challenge this week. I hope you join our Christmas Cards for Soldiers Challenge next week. Hugs, Kim
Marianne said…
Such great card. Love the sentiment and all the details you used on this sew card!
Thanks for playing along at cowgirl sunday challenge!
marianne
Marlene said…
This is so cute! Love all your little details.
Scrap It Girl said…
Super cute, one of my new favorites of yours. too cute!
Scrap It Girl said…
Super cute, one of my new favorites of yours. too cute!
Poppet said…
Great card Cheryl, the pattern paper background look fab with the texure you have on your image. The little sewn flowers look very cute.

Thank you for sharing your card with us at CSSC and we hope to see you next week for our Christmas Cards for Soldiers event. :-) xx
Chrissy D said…
I love how you wound the thread around the spool! So ingenius! TFS!
Wendi said…
Wow so different and refreshing
your card is fabulous very creative
Thank you so much for sharing with us at ooh la la this week
Wendi
Linda Ledbetter said…
What a clever design! The spool is so cute and the gingham background and pearly pins couldn't be more perfect! Thanks so much for joining the 3d Challenge at Gingersnap Creations!
Leanne said…
Your cards always blow me away Cheryl! They are always so perfect! I love how you added the thread and the pearls! The paper is perfect to!! I love it!!

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