Sunday, 15 February 2009

A stitch in time!

Hello everyone, hope you are having a nice, relaxing Sunday.
It's my turn again to set the challenge and you may know how much I like texture on my cards. This week I want to see stitching, hand or machine - but REAL stitching, no faux stitching like I am so fond of in my work!You must of course use one of more of the many, wonderful Charmed Downloads but the rest is up to you.

Here are some examples of what the Design Team have come up with to help you on your way.

Karen



Don't forget to pop back and share your creations, we love to see them!

16 comments:

Betty aka ZacksNana said...

everyone's card is sooo cool!

Ruth (ooffee) said...

Cool!!! BRILLIANT DT examples (as always). You must have read my mind because I was just thinking about stitching yesterday.........that seems to happen quite a lot on here....looking forward to this!!!

Adele said...

Thank you everyone for the wonderful stitched examples, off to have a closer look now!

love Dingle.xx

Nicky said...

Beautiful DT examples of to play will be back later to blog hop and put on my attempt

Autumn Rose Crafts said...

These cards are so lovely! Sarah x

Juliet said...

Woohoo! Back blogging again. I just had to say that there are some fabulous cards today. Off for a blog hop now.
Juliet xx

Ruth (ooffee) said...

It took me AGES to find a sewing needle!! Anyway, I found one in the end and have added my card to my blog this morning!

Will do a blog hop later and comment on all the wonderful cards I've seen!!!

Hugs - Ruth xx

Claire Mackaness said...

This one took me forever LOL! Here it is

Susan said...

Well I had fun with this challenge. You will find my attempt here.

having a {me} day said...
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having a {me} day said...

Such fun to be able to join in again. Thank you for the challenge! I wanted to be lazy and not thread up the sewing machine or hand sew my buttons, but in the end I did both! Here is my entry

Nicky said...

I have but my card on my blog, have never done stitching on a card before (only faux) so found this quite a challenge

Here's my attempt

Hazel said...

Superb DT crafting again. There's a card from me here

Sammi said...

Oooh... these creations are all stunning ladies! LOVE them!!

I did real stitching (by hand).

Here is my LATE? entry

Gez said...

I've made a lovely stitched card tonight & was planning to take a photo tomorrow when the light is hopefully good & then blog it for the Basic Grey challenge!

I got my first Dottie, & Holly & Madison downloads last Sunday as a Valentine's present from my hubby!

Sorry I was too late to join in this weeks challenge. I am only just finding my feet!!

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