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Catered Crop–The Fabric of Our Lives

 

Hello crafty friends!  Linda at the Catered Crop came up with a fun challenge for us.  This time around, we want to see your creations using FABRIC!  How fun is that?  Just use some fabric in your paper crafty project.

Well, you know that they say timing is everything.  I had a few ideas but when I went up to my craft room I found a pair of jeans my daughter put on my desk for me.  She said that since they are too small and have a rip in the knee, she thought I might be able to use them for something.  How right she was!

 

2015-05-15 CC Fabric challenge WM

 

 

As always, Linda has curated a Pinterest board chock full of inspiration.  Check out her board Fabric Of Our Lives.   Click on the photo to go directly to her board.

 

 

Be sure to link up your project using fabric at the Catered Crop.   I can’t wait to see what you create!

 

Thank you for stopping by!  Have a great day.

 

Supplies:

  • Stamps:  Beautiful Butterflies from Papertrey Ink
  • Ink:  Kraft dye ink from Papertrey Ink
  • Papers:  Papertrey kraft CS,  Bazzill Basics CS, Georgia Pacific white CS
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Martha Stewart butterfly punch, Big Shot, Papertrey Beautiful Blooms II dies, Taylored Expressions Woodgrain impression plate
  • Embellishments:  Twinery maraschino bakers twine, misc. button.
  • Other:   Misc denim and gingham fabric scraps

 

Challenges:

Comments

Marianne said…
Love the country feel of your card, Cheryl. The denim and gingham go so well together. Your daughter really has a perfect sense of timing LOL.
Linda Compton said…
Oh I like! So much originality! I always enjoy seeing what you come up with. Saw on MIM too
Anita said…
Beautiful card Cheryl. I love the red gingham with the denim - perfect :)
Riet said…
What a gorgeous card.

Hugs Riet.xx
jimlynn said…
LOVE this!!! What a wonderful way to use those old jeans! Beautiful card.
Lynn
Debra Miller said…
Wonderful card Cheryl...love the denim and gingham. Saw it on MIM. Deb
Kim S said…
What a fantastic use of old jeans - a perfect combination with the kraft and the red gingham!
Annette said…
this is so cool..i love how you used jeans and that butterfly looks amazing.. i love it
Billie A said…
Love how you used the fabric great touch and wonderful card.
Davi said…
So pretty Cheryl, love the gingham butterfly with the jeans ;)
KraftyKoolKat said…
This is awesome and I wish I could make my old jeans look so good. Lol!!! I spotted you over on MIM and came for a closer look and I am so glad that I did.

Hugs
Cathy
xxxxxx
Pia S said…
I love the look of this card - kind of rustic, country feel! The cut out butterfly space with gingham pattern behind, the jeans details - everything goes so well together!
Rose said…
Hi Cheryl, really gorgeous card and a great idea to use old jeans!

Saw this on MIM.

Rose x
Love! Thanks for sharing at MIM!
Tracy said…
The denim really works great on this card Cheryl. Fantastic layout. Hugs!
Pat (mspfd) said…
Love this super creative design!
Janice said…
This is a beauty Cheryl. Love the addition of fabric to your card and that gingham peaking through. So very pretty! Thanks for sharing it with us this time at an OBAG and good luck, Jx
cebelica said…
What a great use of fabric! Your card is very beautiful. I like the colours and the butterfly in the center. Thanks for playing with us at Crafty ribbons! Hugs! xx
1CardCreator said…
Sweet card Cheryl! ~Diane
DesignerDiva said…
A beautifully designed card Cheryl, just gorgeous
Thanks for playing along with our inspired by a song challenge at Oldie But A goodie and good luck
Hugs Laurie x
Chana said…
This is a beautiful card, Cheryl. I love the clean lines and country feel! Great focal grouping and fabulous composition. Nice! Thanks for playing with us here at 613 Avenue Create.
Hugz,
Chana
Linda McClain said…
Jeans Knees - I love it!
artwolf2009 said…
simple but a great inspiration. Love your card. Thanks for participating at the Scrappy frog and hope to see you again.
mags said…
A lovely creation. Thanks for sharing with us at Corrosive Challenges and good luck.
Mags
x
Deonna Bemish said…
I love the fabric look on a Card! Great design and fabulous card. Thank you for sharing with TTCRD this week.
Samantha said…
Totally awesome! this project is making me miss my cuttlebug even more :(
LOVE your card and can not wait till my new machine arrives! hugs me xx
Way to recycle!!!!!!! Love the idea!!!!

Love the gingham butterfly too!!!

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