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08/17/2017

Thu 17

Sewing in the Snow
by Jennifer Svare

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Hello!  This card was "sew" much fun to make!  The unique background sprang from mixing the Sew Fond of You clear stamp set and die with the Stitched Alpine Snowflake set. I wanted a cheerful, bright wintery card that matched the sewing theme. How about an embroidery floss background that looks like colorful scribbles in the snow? 

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Laying the strings where they landed on top of double-sided adhesive and then adding Flower Soft snow to fill in the gaps was the perfect solution. The texture is sturdy and has a very unique feel and look to it. It sparkles just like snow. I loved how this turned out, and it was not only easy and fast, but FUN! 

A ric-rac string was cut from the Ric Rac Stitches set, and the largest snowflake from the Stitched Alpine Snowflakes set was placed as the base to a button with a tulle bow. 

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Full video tutorial below!

 

Jennifer Floral Signature copy

 

 


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Comments

Very clever. I also love videos...thank you.

Love it! The sentiment gorgeus... ♥

What a unique background !! Thank you for sharing how you made it,gives a cosy feel.Lovely card !

How unique and very interesting, love this.

Super Cool!!!

Hi Jennifer, How effective is this card, I love it !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Beautiful and i love that blue snowflake die cut!!

WOW - your card is SEW creative and SNOW lovely!

Your card is certainly different and for someone who sews to receive I am sure they will appreciate it.

A fantastic card Jennifer and a cool technique.

This is a unique winter card. Pretty!

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