I miss you

I miss you

 

Happy Tuesday everyone… :). Do you like stitching? I love both hand stitch and machine stitch but I am just learning to stitch them straight! Well,  Its stitching time at Practical Scrappers http://www.practicalscrappers.com/ 😀 

 
I had decided to use this gorgeous Digi Stamp “Sailor Honey” from our sponsor this month, Sassy Studio @ Practical Scrappers. They have awesome stamps.  I have decided to stitch to make the waves and have taken out my Bazzill Paper stitching template and play. I love stitching the flourish lines to resembles a little of the choppy waters. I had made this little boat from Cutting Cafe digi stamps. And the fun of it all was colouring Sailor Honey. Aint she sassy and gorgeous :).
 
I had thoroughly enjoyed this creation. I hadnt hand stitch for a while now :). So hop over and join the fun and stitch up your cards today!! 🙂
 
Card Recipe
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Cardstock : Core Coordinations, Bazill brown, acid free art paper
Patterned Paper : Making Memories, Pitter Patter
Stamps : Digi : Sailor Honey (Sassy Studio), Boat ( Cutting Cafe), Banner, Sentiment and Clouds ( Practising Creativity)
Ink : Hawaiian Shores (pti), Rangers –  Scattered Straw, Broken China
Stitching : Template : Bazil Paper template, DMC thread
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10 thoughts on “I miss you

  1. Thank you for leaving me so many nice comments, I know I have been just terrible about getting out to see all my friends. I am thinking of you tho’, and I do pop in. You did a super job on those waves, and I can see how much fun you had coloring in our little sailor !! BUT, the ship is what caught my eye particularly – it is absolutely charming !! HUGS and such !!

  2. Fantastic card, Annie. Great combination of colours and techniques….and well complimented with the sweet smile of the babe.

    Is that you on the card? 🙂

    Cheers

  3. She surely is sassy 😀
    loved your hand stitching …I am no good for it!! Could you please email me your postal address…i have a surprise for you 🙂

  4. Its so sweet! Love your card and the stitching!! And also the paper piecing on the boat? I will try it out one day! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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