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Week 9

Card 1 - Embossed Embroidery

It has been quite some time since we did any embroidery cards in class so I thought it was about time to change that. In fact it had been quite a while since a lot of us had done any embroidery and it was quite a challenge...we were all a bit rusty I think.  The 3D is from Card Deco and comes in a variety of colours on the sheet.


The embroidery was quite detailed and time consuming but a beautiful design.


Underneath the 3D of flowers is an embossed section. This was done using a Marianne Designs  open passe-partout template and the Cuttlebug.


I finished it off with a single bow and a tag using a Starform sticker for the greeting.



Card 2 - Brick Wall by Jenelle

Jenelled designed this card for class and it's another beauty. The card is all Bazzill Basics in Brown and French Vanilla. The image was stamped, cut and inked and then pieced together to form the brick wall design.


String was wrapped around the top layer and tied with a small tag attached.


A very simple easy design and yet a challenging card because of all the pieces and accurate measurements.
I do apologize but I can't recall the brand or name of the stamps used.


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