Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Stitched With Love

 Thanks for all of your WONDERFUL comments on our first set of this month's release!! We are POSITIVE you are going to love the rest of them, so let's GO!!!


Last month, we released the CUTEST set by Torico, Cute as a Button. This month, we have it’s PERFECT companion-Stitched With Love! Full of additional images and sentiments, whether used separately, or together, no matter what you create, Stitched With Love will be PERFECT for the crafter in your life (or you!!)!!


I'm loving this new companion stamp set to last months, Cute As A Button.  Cross stitching was my very first crafty hobby.  I remember as a little girl, my Grandma showing me the stitches and teaching me how to "read" the counted patterns.  I would spend countless hours stitching away on projects.  Even now, I will sometimes pick up an unfinished cross-stitched project and do a little work on it.  :) 

For my card, I put away the designer papers and opted to only used some Bazzill cardstock -  Candy Bar, Peanut Cluster and Peppermint.  The wooden frame image was stamped onto kraft cardstock, cutting the center out.  Then using red floss, I stitched a little heart onto a scrap piece of Aida 9 count cross stitch fabric that was glued behind the wooden frame image.  I left the needle and floss tucked into the fabric and popped the frame and fabric up with foam tape for dimension. 

Stitched With Love is a 4x6 set that includes a total of 24 stamps and will sell for $15.00.

Would you like to win the new Stitched With Love stamp set? Here is what you need to do- visit the Trendsetter’s blogs that are participating in each of the blog hop challenges below and comment on their creations as you go. One of the Trendsetter’s blogs (from each hop day) will be randomly chosen as the ‘it’ blog and a winner will be picked using a random number generator from the comments left on that Trendsetter’s Blog Hop Challenge post.

You will not know which blog has been chosen so the more you comment on the better your chances are of winning new stamps! The Blog Hop Challenges will be open until 5 PM Eastern Time Saturday, June 30th with the winner being announced during the release party chat

  






41 comments:

Annette said...

so so awesome...i love it

Diana Fernandez said...

Love your stitched card! Awesome!

Alina said...

Wonderful card! So original idea!

elizabeth said...

Wow, love the real needle and thread in there. Beautiful card.

Anonymous said...

Xiomara
Very cute card!!!

Sue D said...

Very cute and clever to put real cross stitching in the hoop.

Heide said...

So sweet! Loved your stitched heart.

Colleen said...

Fabulous! Wow, that's alot of fussy cutting :)

Anita said...

I love the cross stitch with the saying. Perfect card!

Cynthia said...

Perfect way to showcase this set, Wendy! Very creative.

sharon g said...

Ok, yours wins!!!!!!! I can't get over how perfect this card is!

Elena said...

Fabulous card! How creative is this!

Rose said...

awesome!!! love how you used real cross stitch fabric and thread in your hoop :)

Maureen said...

WOWOWOWOWOW!!!! SO creative - love this!! Way to combine the different crafts!

Mary-Anne V said...

Funny how you mentioned stitching to be your first hobby..mine too! Lovely card.

scrapn_momof2 said...

Oh my gosh Wendy this is darling. I LOVE it!!

Theresa said...

Hi Wendy, we were on the same length. Only when I pulled out all my cross stitch patterns I couldn't bear to part with my fabric. My grandma taught me too when I was little. If the back didn't look as good as the front she'd rip it out!!

Great card!

Amber Milone said...

Really neat card. I love the real elements!

canadian_liner said...

Wow--real stitching. You could frame that whole, perfect card!

featheredheaven said...

Love, love, love this card! Also love to cross stitch! Thanks for sharing!
Sue O

Karen Day said...

Love your '3D' elements!

June Nelson said...

Wendy its amazing!!! why cant I think of wonderful things like this, ive never seen anything like it and I love it big time me darlin, huggies June xxxx

Heather said...

How perfect!

Holly Saveur said...

Such a great idea..LOVE IT!!

Rosy Newlun said...

Reminds me of a vintage piece of stitchery - beautiful, older, back in the good old days. Such a pretty red heart and the edging looks like it was all crocheted! Delightful!!

Lisa said...

How cute! You really know how to ZING your cards! :)

Amy Johnson said...

Wow! What a cute idea! I love it!

Gisela said...

The hoop looks real, great card!

Allison Cope Israels said...

Oh my Wendy! Super cute! Lovin' this stamp set! WTG!

Indy said...

Cute! Love how you actually cross-stitched the heart!

zehra said...

i love teh combo of stamping and stiching, i love embroidery and so this set is real sweet.

Shannon White said...

Oh MyWord Miss Wendy! This is FABULOUS!! 8-) Your are so talented I swear! Love your Wonderful cross stitching! And so creative to combine it with your Darling card! LOVE this! 8-)

Hugs
Shannon

Cathy said...

Awesome, love the cross stitching, that is so creative.

Crafty Pastimes said...

love it! great design.

~♥~The Navy Wife~♥~ said...

Stunning card and I love there is no DP, your colors of C/S all work so well together and I just adore the frame with the real sewing and leaving the needle! Great idea!

Michelle said...

What a great card! I am also a stitcher. It was my first love, although I now do many crafts. What a great idea for your card. So simple, but so effective!
Blessings,
Michelle

Janice said...

Very, very nice!

Michelle said...

LOVE this! The dimension added by your cross stitched piece is amazing.

Susan said...

I really like the way you've incorporated real cross-stitching (complete with needle and floss) into your card. The heart border with the accompanying dots works so well with the cross-stitch fabric. Well done!

Flo S. said...

Love your real cross stitching and the red heart border.

waikiki resort said...

The sentiment is so inspiring and very sweet. Thank you for letting us witness you beautiful card. This is my favorite card. It's simple yet it's very attractive and so beautiful.

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