Sew into card making – 3 projects

Hi everyone

I hope you are enjoying the weekend.

Today I would like to share some cards made using the new sewing themed stamps from Chocolate Baroque.

FloLangleyDressMakersWindow1 003awmThe first card is a little box card that flattens down to go into an envelope.  The inside of the card is made up in the same way as a normal card but I have just added a couple of extra score lines to make it into a box shape.

FloLangleyMay2015projects 012awmA quick and simple card.  Pretty straight forward.  Firstly stamp the ribbon and the sentiment onto a piece of card.  stamp the flowers onto separate pieces of card, shade a little and cut them out.  Make up the card as seen.

FloLangleyMay2015projects 020awmcThis card is simple in design but did take a little time cutting out.  Having said that, the dress form was easy to cut out with a craft knife. This card was made by stamping the lace edge and the sentiment directly onto my base card.  The dress form pieces and the cotton reels where stamped onto separate card stock, cut out and attached to the base card using foam tabs.

Chocolate Baroque stamps used for these projects:  Floral Mannequins, The Sewing Room and Dress Makers Window.

To see more samples made using these stamps please click here.

Thank you for looking
Happy Stamping

Florence x

6 comments

  1. Fabulous Florence, I do love all things haberdashery related even though I can’t sew!
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  2. Great boxcard! That is really one to see up close! And I love the colours on your last card plus the skirt; it gives the card a beautiful clean look! Enjoy the rest of the sunday, Gerrina

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  3. Hi everyone, Sorry for lateness in blogging, especially visits. The early warm weather here in the mountains has caught us on the hop with getting the garden sorted. Thank you so much for your visits and for your lovely comments. They are always appreciated.
    Happy Stamping, Flo xx

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