Monday, March 21, 2016

Birds of a Feather ... STITCH together!

Hello All ...
I'm back again with a 2nd post for today.

Over the weekend I was working on several card creations
commissioned by the local Tea Shoppe for an event they are participating in 
at a local Sewing Center.  The name of the event is identified in
the title of my post and this is one of several cards I've created for them so far.

Also, while doing my DT commenting, I came upon a couple of challenges I thought 
would be great fun to participate in.  So here we go ...

One of those challenges I mentioned is the Spring Coffee Lovers Blog Hop
The theme (as you see) is SPRING and must include a tea &/or coffee inspired design.

There's a huge amount of prizes being given away and the
inspiration at this site is AWESOME!!  Be sure to pop over and check it out!

Another theme I saw in my commenting venture is the STITCHING challenge
at the Pile It On Challenge Blog.   Since stitching is a requirement
of my card commission, it only stands to reason I should enter this sweet creation.
The challenge specifies real or faux stitching so I
chose faux stitching around my image and as you see I've also
used some double stitched (old) SU ribbon.  That counts ... right!?!  LOL

Other challenges to share in:

Clear It Out Challenge - Anything Goes/Patterned Paper Over a Year Old
Fresh Brewed Challenge - Anything Goes
Die Cut Diva's Challenge - Something Spring

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by today!
As always ...

Papers:  White cs, Marianne Designs 'French Roses' dp
Image:  Tea Flower purchased on Etsy
Dies:  Impression Obsession 'Rectangle 6-in-1 Frame' #DIE242, Spellbinder 'Blooms 4' #S2-047), Sue Wilson 'Laurel Leaves' #CED1437
Accessories:  Fine tip black marker for faux stitching, Spectrum Noir alcohol markers for coloring of leaves, SU double stitched ribbon, White Liquid Pearls

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