Wednesday, February 15, 2012

A Stitch in Time

It is challenge day over at Cricut Cardz Challenge. Today Mary challenged us to use stitching on the card - real or faux. Here is what I came up with:


I have wanted to make monogram cards for a while now. I decided today was the day. This is a 4x4 card. I cut the two squares on it from George and Basic Shapes, the scalloped square is from Winter Woodland and the M is from Paper Lace. The black layer is embossed with D'vine swirls, which is probably my favorite Cuttlebug folder, the Ribbon is from Michael's. I clearly went for the "faux" stitching and used my black Sakura Jelly Roll pen for that. They are simple, but I love how they turned out.


I made a set of four of them. They came together so quickly that I think I'll make more!

So, hop on over to Cardz TV, and check out all the wonderful inspiration from the Design Team, and be sure to play along with us :)

A few challenges:
Robyn's Fetish Challenge - make a square card
Craft Your Days Away - getting stitchy with it
One Stitch at a Time - anything goes

A la prochaine...

7 comments:

sue w. said...

Lovely monagram card and I can see why the embossing folder is a fave.
Hugs Sue W.

PinkBlingCrafter said...

Wonderful Monogram cards to have or to give as a set to someone!! Yes, love that embossing. You've inspired to create a set for a gift. Thanks
Hugs,
Norma

Josephine said...

Beautiful embossing!

Thanks for joining us at One Stitch at a Time this week, and good luck!

Edwina said...

Love the embossing. Thanks for joining us aT Robyn's Fetish. Edwina Brown

Laurence said...

Lovely plain card. Love the colour you've used. Thanks for joining us at Robyn's Fetish Challenge this week.

Laurence

Julies Crafty Creations said...

Lovely embossing! Thanks for joining in with our Anything Goes challenge over at OSAAT and good luck. I hope you join us again next week. Julie x

CG said...

Love this design, love that you made a set! Love the embossed black paper. Thank you for joining us at OSAAT this week! Best, CG