Sunday, 20 March 2016

Anything Goes With Embossing at OSAAT

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If you are looking for my CCC card please scoll down to the previous post.

Time for another challenge at One Stitch At a Time and this time you are being asked to use embossing, otherwise all options are open.  Since it is anything goes then it doesn't have to be a card, just be sure to use embossing on your project.

The image I have used is Stitcher Fae from BB Kakes and it can be found in our store here.

My Card




Recipe
6 " square easel card - using Papermania card stock
backing papers - free on Papercraft Inspiration web site
Embossing Folder Matelasse - Anna Griffin from Cuttlebug
Labels 16 dies - Spellbinders
tape measure ribbon - Crafty Ribbons
sewing embellishments - very ancient stash!
pink button - from stash
sentiment - computer generated

I pre-inked the border of my Labels 16 die so that it looks as if I have used a larger die to mat the image.  I would have liked to use anothe die to mat it but unfortunately I used the largest one to cut the image so this was my cheat method and it's very effective, particularly if you want to use fewer layers and therefore make it flatter for posting. Not so important for one off greeting cards I guess but certainly useful at Christmas! I also used the same method on the sentiment so they would be the same.

Well I certainly can't be accused of using monochrome this time - although I was the only one doing the accusing ... lol! There's certainly enough colours today albeit pastels, which I prefer to brights.

Please pop across to the blog and see what my teamies have made.  If you want to take part in our challenge  you could win $10 to spend in the store, so what are you waiting for?


Well that's it for today.  I hope you enjoy the rest of the weekend.





16 comments:

  1. This card could have been made for me Christine being a patchworker and love any kind of sewing...
    Love all the elements on your fabulous easel card the sentiment is brilliant...

    Anne

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  2. A great card with a funny image which makes me smile!!
    At this moment I am planning the tour through England and Scotland which we will make in June. We want to visit Oxford and Burford again before driving north. Would be great meeting you there!
    Lia xx

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  3. So cute - you know our next CCC card has to use wither a stencil or embossing. You think we should coordinate out makes this time!?!!!! I know I would fit right into your merry gang of wicked women. Yes, start looking for a house and let me know a price range. Oh dear, there is just one problem - we really could not afford private health card!
    sandy xx

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  4. Aw I love the image. Very cute. Fab card Christine x

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  5. Beautiful sewing themed card Christine, I love the mages and the pretty colours, such a lovely design too, Kate x

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  6. Fab card Christine, everything ties in so well. xxxx

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  7. Very pretty card. Love the dp that you used for it. Hugs, Maggie, DT Teamie

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  8. Very pretty card Christine, so many lovely details

    Anne x

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  9. Fabulous card. Somany perfect wee details on this card. Love the fanfy fold, love the embellies and love the image!

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  10. Morning Christine,
    A very pretty card.
    Lydia
    X

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  11. Hi Christine,
    oh my word this is gorgeous and a wonderful design.
    Love the fab papers, and your image also.
    That sentiment was me at one time, but now I can hardly see to thread a needle, and it takes me so long that I give up.
    I find it hard to also hold the needle now without dropping it.
    To think I was once commended for being such a neat needle person.
    Still I can still see to craft thankfully.
    Love and biggest hugs from my house to yours.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  12. FABULOUS Christine, love this design, the papers and that image rocks....don't get here all the time as have heaps of DT commitments but do try.xxx {aNNie}

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  13. Stunning love all your gorgeous detail its lovely Love and hugs Carole x

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  14. Hi Christine
    Fab easel card, just perfect for someone who likes to sew.
    Love how you have used the measuring tape.
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

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  15. Beautiful easel card,Christine.Love the details and the pretty image.

    Gr,Sylvia.

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