Thursday, November 12, 2020

Stitched Card Featuring Ink to Paper's Just Sentiments: Get Well Stamps

Hello, friends!  I am so happy you stopped by for this stitched card featuring Ink to Paper's new Just Sentiments: Get Well stamps.  Stitched cards are my jam, and I'm thrilled to share the process with you today! 

I started my card by cutting a circle out of white cardstock.  I then traced a smaller circle in pencil inside the perimeter of the circle.  I used this pencil circle to stamp florals and foliage from the Pleasing Envelopes: Special Delivery, Graceful Wings, and the new Deer to Me stamp sets in shades of dusty pink, cocoa and chartreuse green.  Then the fun began: the stitching!  I used coordinating shades of embroidery floss to stitch around the circle and to add details to the leaves and other foliage.  To finish the embellishing, I added french knots and some floral sequins around the floral frame. 

To finish my card, I stamped my sentiment from the Just Sentiments: Get Well stamp onto a circle of polka dot paper.  I adhered this paper to a larger circle of vellum and added some stitched details around the edge.  After adhering this to the center of my card, it was finished! 

I had so much fun creating this project and I hope you enjoyed it, too.  Links to the products I used are above.  Thanks so much for stopping by and I'll see you again soon with another project featuring new products from Ink to Paper! 

2 comments on "Stitched Card Featuring Ink to Paper's Just Sentiments: Get Well Stamps"
  1. I just LOVE the stitching you add to your cards. It’s been ages since I’ve cross stitched but you have truly inspired me. (I still have ALL my supplies! ) And I wanted to add, I’m head over heels loving your gorgeous color palettes! Your work is absolutely beautiful! 😊💖

    1. Thank you so much, Stephanie! You made my day! I've also had stitching materials in my craft supplies for years. It wasn't until I started stitching on cards that I found something that incorporates everything I love to do. I truly hope you try it - and please come back and show me! I'd love to see what you make! :)


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