Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Sew inspired

Ok, I think everyone and their brother saw how cool Gina K's tutorial was on the sew mini machine. Well, this inspired me to get out my mothers old Sears sewing machine, weighing in at 25 pounds and sew on a card. As you can see, I kept it pretty straight! Next time, I'm gonna have to go bolder and do those zig zags!



The bottom left hand corners are chipboard that I inked up and sprayed with a glossy glaze. The card measures 4 1/4 x 5 1/2, and I sewed the bottom shut to form a pocket. The main panel is stamped with chalk ink in azurite and then embossed. I also added color and ep around the outside edges. When I was cutting the designer paper for this card, little did I know that the swirls would line up so well! Call that lucky!

Supplies:
Stamp - Inkadinkado
Chipboard
Chalk ink in Azurite by colorbox
Paper - DCWV luxury stack
Spray glaze
Beige thread

7 comments:

Aimee said...

great job... I need to play with my new sewing machine a little more.

Marilyn said...

Wow what a neat card - love the stitching too!!!

Stampin' Meg said...

The sewwing looks great to me- what a pretty stamp and card alltogether.

JazzyH said...

That is beautiful.

Tip Junkie said...

It's amazing! Great job.

Stacy said...

Very beautiful!!! tfs

RockyMountainStamper (aka Melissa) said...

I missed Gina's tutorial--thanks for posting this card! I've never tried sewing on my cards either, and I'd really like to give it a whirl.

Have a wonderful weekend!!