Friday, March 23, 2012


With her Freestyle Fridays post last week, Julie issued a mission for me to use "Everyday Enchantment" designer paper this week.  One of my favorite techniques is faux quilting, so that's what I decided to do.  This project features the following Stampin' Up! products:
Card Stock:  Chocolate Chip textured, Very Vanilla
Ink:  Chocolate Chip, Lucky Limeade
Stamp Sets:  Kindness Matters, In Stitches (jumbo wheel images converted to stamps)
Sizzix:  Big Shot, Labels Collection Framelits dies, Square Lattice embossing folder
Punches:  Scallop Circle, Blossom Petals Builder
Accessories:  "Everyday Enchantment" designer paper and coordinating ribbon, antique brad, Stamp-a-ma-jig
In this post, you can learn more about how I converted the "In Stitches" jumbo wheel to wood-mounted stamps so that I could use the assorted stitch designs individually.  This is a great way to get added value from any of the stampin' wheels, but it's an especially good idea for the "In Stitches" wheel because it will offer so many more (and better) uses for those pretty stitches!
Remember . . . Stampin' Up!'s Sale-a-Bration promotion ends this month so, if you'd like to earn any of the SAB products FREE, I'd appreciate it if you shop with me!  Just click the "Shop 24 Hours" sign in the right sidebar on my blog.

1 comment:

Jacoline Fitzgerald said...

Regina you have done it again and thank you for the new technique on faux stitching. The project is lovely and I so appreciate your creativity in making this project.