Sunday, February 26, 2012

Feelin' Lucky Challenge #2

This week's card is for and I make a card using stitching with a St. Patricks day theme. This one was so much fun to do. I'll let you be the judge.
I love the two color theme on this card. So to begin with I cute a 3" square out of the top of the inner white card, ran it through my Sizzix and the small dots embossing folder. Then I cut 1/4" strips of my green to make the lattis work over the cut out. Then I replaced the square cut out over that on the back to make it really stand out. The back ground was sewn on  using a machine blanket stitch.
You get a better look at the lattis work here. I really like this look.You also get a good look at the stitching. I cut the flower from two different dies, ran it through my small dots embossing folder and put a pearl in the center.
I ran a piece of scrappy ribbon across the bottom and placed the St. Patricks Day sentiment that our sponsor donated over the top at an angle. I think the card has a real classic look to it.
For the  inside I used my Creative Memories stitch cutter to finish off the bottom and ran a 1/2 strip of white through it to give it that stitched look. The journaling box is just a white square. Must say, I love this card.


  1. such a fabulous card! i really love the embossing! i like how you put so much work to the inside as you did the outside! you did a great job! thanks for joining us at krafty girls!
    ♥ Cyndy

  2. What a pretty card! I love how you did the stitching. Such a cute sentiment too! Thanks for playing along at Krafty Girls! :)


  3. What a lovely card! Love all the embossed paper! Thank you for joining us at DTBST! HUGS

    SSD DT

  4. Love the embossing on this card. Looks awesome. Thank you so much for playing with us over at Sassy Studio Designs Dare to Be Sassy Thursday.


  5. What a great card! The embossing looks amazing! Thank you for krafting with us at Krafty Girls:)

  6. Awesome card! Thanks for joing us Really Reasonable Ribbon.


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