Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Little Dreamer !

Remember the prismacolor tutorial I did a couple of weeks ago onto kraft paper??

Well finally I got around to using the image to make it into a card.

I have had some fabric quarters sitting on my window shelf looking pretty for many months now...but the red gingham one really caught my eye and was begging to be used up :))

So I made a black card blank and then cut my gingham square just a little smaller than my card base. I stitched it to the card and then frayed the edges a little, so that it actually looked like fabric. I have to say that stitching fabric was way harder than paper! Sounds silly ...but it moves about a whole lot more and is stretchier...so I found it much harder to keep a straight line....so therefore the card has a VERY homemade feel about it now!

Anyway, I used the image that I had coloured from my tutorial: here, and mounted it onto black cardstock and machine stitched the layers together. (much easier this time just stitching the card!).

The flowers are from my stash and the sparkly brads I have had for years! The sentiment is included with the 'Little Dreamer' set from The Greeting Farm, available from Quixotic Paperie. You canfind the heart pins here.

This card will be available in my Etsy shop later today!

Thank you all for your kind comments. they are very much appreciated :)

Judy xx

15 comments:

sandra said...

Its not silly!
I to can stitch papers but fabric is all other world!lol.
I looove your card!
Great details!
Perfect colouring!
Hugs!
Sandra!

Kirsti said...

Gorgeous Judy.....xxx

Rach said...

judy this is gorgeous, xx

~ Ali Watson ~ said...

Oh my word great minds think alike. I am in the process of making a card using pink gingham fabric for SECC LOL Loving this isn't it sooo effective. this is a cutie and coloured to perfection as always.

Have a super day

Ali x

Juls said...

too gorgeous for words!! I love your use of Kraft!!! your colouring is amazing!!! Loving the red gingham fabric! and the little strawberry charm is just the most perfect finishing touch! Hugs Juls

Dorcas said...

Yay! She came out lovely, Judy! I love the gingham. Gives it a great carefree picnic feel. Wonderful!

Tanya R said...

Gorgeous!
Hugs
Tanya

Andria said...

It looks pretty much straight to me, so you must be good with said sewing machine. Gorgeous card, the gingham and the image really work well together.

ellabella said...

This is absolutely gorgeous. Stunning colours and image. The embellishments are amazing. This is a fantastic creation. Your work is such an inspiration.
Janine

Paula said...

Kraft & Gingham - what more could a girl want?? I cannot sew on fabric........wonder if I might have better success with paper? Anyhow I love that strawberry dangling with the black ribbon & those pins, Just a real treat.
Paula (PEP)

Deb said...

I loved this tutorial and your card is so pretty, love the striking red against the Kraft! hugs debx

sugarplum said...

Love to see different textures on a card so this is just perfect and the gingham seems to suit the kraft card perfectly
Fi x

debby4000 said...

Love your fabulous card Judy.
luv
Debby

Linda said...

Lovely card Judy xxx

Erika said...

Very cute Judy.

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