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15 Jul 2008

Here it is....finally....!


I have combined a couple of challenges in this project today!

Let's see, there is the sewing challenge at Little Paper Shop, Jen del Muro's SFYTT (which was hard....whine) and Splitcoast Stampers Try a New Technique Challenge!! Way to go ME!!


I am late posting because I have a tricky little sewing machine, and in order for it to work, you have to bash the living daylights out of it move slowly and speak sweetly, which I did!

I used Little Paper Shop's stamp set Butterflies and Blossoms. I really wanted to have a butterfly on my card, but a butterfly like everyone else has in 3-D!!

So I stamped the butterfly in versamark on Cornish Heritage Farms thicker than thick transparencies!


These transparencies are so thick you can emboss on them without melting or burning anything - that shouldn't be melted or burned..... I used blue and yellow MM shimmery embossing powder and heated it up to melt, then cut out the butterfly, folded it and glued it on with a clear glue dot! I love it!!

I really have got to run and post this because Allison is always late posting and if I am later than her well, what does that say???

Please check out the other design team's sewing cards and tell them that I am finally posted will ya?!!

I'm off to take Holly to math class today!!
Yay!
I get to cruise my two local scrapbook shops-just like I did last week, and the week before, and the week before and the ............


We would love to have you join us in our sewing challenge! The challenge is to use any kind of SEWING along with a June stamp set release.
You don't have to use LPS stamps but if you have them, why not use them!!?!

If you upload on Splitcoaststampers, please use the keyword LPSDTC02, as well as littlepapershop (no spaces) so we can all check out your work!

Stamps: Little Paper Shop All Occasions and
Butterflies and Blossoms, Cardstock: Prism Spring Willow Medium and Twilight Light, Ink: Versacolor Baby Blue, and Tea Leaves, PTI Lemon Tart, Accessories: crazy sewing machine, cuttlebug flower die, K & Company adhesive pearls, Hero Arts bling, nestabilities and dimensionals

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful job Bonnie, i love it.

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  2. Totally fab, Bonnie! Love your use of the layout and your colours!!

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  3. Just gorgeous Bonnie...thanks for the dig, BTW. And, I will have you know, I haven't even started mine yet! So what if you're right?

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  4. This is soooo pretty!! Love the transparent butterfly it is the perfect touch! I'm glad your sewing machine is up and running!

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  5. Gorgeous!!! I LOVE it!

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  6. Gorgeous...stunning! I love your butterfly, and great job combining challenges...love this sketch, and you made it look fabulous!

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  7. WOW - Bonnie - this is gorgeous!!!
    I love everything about it - especially the butterfly!!!

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  8. What a gorgeous card! My sewing machine...well...we've had an "incident" with it recently.



    OKAY, SO I DROPPED IT. LOL I haven't had the guts to see if I broke it or not. hee

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  9. Gorgeous Bonnie! Way to go on hitting all those challenges with one card! That butterfly is oh so pretty!!!! Love the colors too!!

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  10. Oh, this is such a LOVELY card!!! I love, love it! You did such a great job with everything.

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  11. Oh Bonnie, this is gorgeous!! What a great combination of challenges!

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