Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Merry Stitchmas...

Good morning everyone!

Well, I finally got around to playing with my Bazzill Basics Stiching templates! I am so happy that I made a point of doing it because I love how it turned out and it really is easy. I would say it took me less time to stitch the images than it would have to color one with my copics! And, if you didn't already notice, I just had to do one more easel card. These are so fun!
I used Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses for my PP and Kraft, Barn Red & New England Ivy CS. Sentiment inside and buttons are CTMH, except the wooden one which I picked up at a quilt shop. I had some fun distressing the edges of all the papers on this one.
I must apologize, I was sent two awards over the past few days, but have not yet had a chance to post them. We have been busy tree hunting, decorating and beginning the baking in preparation for our Christmas Open House this weekend. Hopefully I'll be back later tonight with those awards.
Oh yes, I am also entering this in Sparkle's Christmas card challenge for this week. She encouraged us to us Santa on our card, but when I went to check, I hardly have any Santas - I think maybe that is a "good" excuse to go shopping! In any case, it is a Christmas card, so it works for that.
Have a great day!
Shanna :)


  1. Put down the easel card template and step away from the table...hahaha! Easel cards are so fun, aren't they?! I love how the stitching turned out...very nice!

  2. Hee hee...go get a santa LOL!!!
    LOVE your card. That stitching is sooo great.

  3. This is darling! I love all the stitching! Now worries on the Santa!

  4. Oh this is great I love the stitched trees. Than you so much for the award

  5. This is so pretty. I love all the stitching.

  6. The stitches look wonderful and I love this easel card... going to have try this one myself!

  7. What a great design. Love the stitching!

  8. Cool card. I love the stitching.

  9. I love the homespun feel of your card, your stitching came out so rustic and lovely!


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