Sunday, 31 July 2016

AAA Cards Challenge #70

Hi there friends it's time for a new challenge at 
AAA Cards
and for this fortnight we'd like to see you use some STITCHING on 
your creations. There's no need to drag the sewing machine out
from the back of a cupboard unless you want to as there's lots of
stitched dies out there or even needle and thread 'by hand'
Here's mine using a 'homespun' die from My Favourite Things, 
a layered lily flower head from Altenew with a sentiment from
Clearly Besotted Brushed Greetings II. To finish a few sparkly
sequins from Neat and Tangled plus Pretty Pink Posh.

Here's a little photo inspiration and there's some superb ideas
from my fellow teamies over on the main blog HERE PLUS we have
2 very special and talented Guest Designers joining us for this one.

First up and owner of our generous Sponsor, Uniko it's Bev and Eunji of 
Follow Your Dreams and winner of our recent watercolour challenge.
I do hope you'll pop along to their individual blogs and leave them some love.




As already mentioned our sponsor for this one is Uniko
Uniko

with our lucky winner receiving a £10 gift certificate to spend in store.


Thanks as always for stopping by and I'll be back soon.


Sarah

10 comments:

  1. Hi Sarah, this is a beautiful card !
    Like this challenge !
    I wil find time to join !
    Ineke X

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  2. Beautiful card, Sarah. Love the design with the offset panel. Gorgeous flower & sentiment and I really like that die.

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  3. LOVE!! I know I borrowed this die but I may now have to buy it too! This is just gawjuss dahhling! xx

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  4. Great background stitching, love it.

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  5. WOW!!!! Absolutely amazing use of stitched dies. Adore this card, Sarah. Beautiful!

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  6. This is SUCH a pretty card xxx

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  7. Oh Sarah. This is a gorgeous creation. Love the layers of purple and green hues in the flower image, and the cascading stitches work so well with it.

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  8. Such an amazing card! I love the colours and how you used stitching on your card. xx

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