Sunday, February 6, 2011

"SEW SUITE" FRAMED ART


Part of being on the Sample Maker Team for a "bulk buy" group for Stampin' Up! demonstrators means that I get to create with some of the bulk buy product offerings--this translates to a LOT of fun!  The project shown in this post showcases the use of mini spools, mini half spools, and wooden needle box to embellish a Stampin' Up! sewing-related framed art project.  I used a lot of Stampin' Up! products to create this framed art . . . Springtime Vintage designer paper and Big Buttons, Square Lattice embossing folder, linen thread, "Sew Suite" and "Tiny Tags" stamp sets, Jewelry Tag  punch, Sweet Stitches Fabric Designer brad, Scallop Square Duos die, Big Shot, "In Stitches" jumbo wheel (which I showed in a previous post how I cut the stitches from that wheel apart and mounted onto wood blocks), 1/8" Early Espresso ribbon (used to keep the needle box lid attached when open), 1-1/4" square punch, and more! 

5 comments:

Erika Martin - Stampin' Mama said...

This is so pretty!! I love how you embellished everything and made a decor project out of it!

Shabby Horse said...

OMG - I don't know if I've seen anything cuter than this!!! I love it!

stampinsue said...

Just precious, Regina! TFS

Julie said...

You used those embellishments perfectly on this card. The Group knew what they were doing when they asked you to design for them.

Anonymous said...

I love, love this framed art piece and all your sew suite cards. Wished it had stayed around longer, but glad I have it because I have lots of quilting and sewing friends. Thanks for sharing. NM