Twisted Tuesday Multiples with Stitching



Good Morning!  I tried making more of a clean & simple card for the Twisted Tuesday challenge this week.  The challenge this week is to use multiples of something and the twist is to add some stitching.  The multiples can be images, buttons, ribbons, etc.  The stitching can be faux or real stitching.  Since I rarely pull out my sewing machine I decided to use faux stitching and my multiples are my images and brads.

I used the poinsettia stamp from the SU Christmas Blessing stamp set and I stamped the image three times in a row.  I colored them using my SU markers and then I added three gold brads in the center.

My faux stitching is on my gumball green layer which I then punched out using the scallop border punch.  My sentiment was stamped and punched and layered using oval punches.  I have dimensionals underneath my sentiment layer as well as behind my Raspberry Ripple layer.

Have a wonderful day!  I'm off to get caught up on some house work and finish up making some Christmas gifts!  Have a great day!

Stamps:  Christmas Blessings, Petite Pairs
Card Stock:  White, Gumball Green, Raspberry Ripple
Ink:  Black Stazon
Supplies:  Ribbon, White Gel Pen, Paper Piercing Tool, Essentials Paper Piercing Pack, SU Markers, Gold Brads. Small Oval Punch, Large Oval Punch, Scallop Border Punch, Dimensionals
Technique:  Faux Stitching

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4 comments:

Pia S said...

What a classy design! Love the repetitive pattern of the poinsettias, they give this card a great traditional Christmas feel, and the stitching is such a nice touch!

Carolina Little said...

Patty, those poinsettias are gorgeous and I love what you did with those brads in the centre of them!!!. Very festive!!!

Abbie721 said...

Such a pretty card, love the ribbon and love the poinsettia's to. I look forward to working with you at Feline playful xx

Karen Howard said...

What a beautiful card, love the poinsettas! Hugs, Karen