4.03.2013

Lawn Clippings Video {4.3.13} stitching on cards

Today we have a fun treat! Our friend Marie is showing us how she creates beautiful stitching on her cards using stamps as a template! 
You can watch the video here or on our YouTube channel!
 Thank you so much for watching! 

Thank you so much for sharing this totally cool technique with us, Marie! We appreciate it!

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We also have some winners to announce!

Our CardMaker hop winner is:



Our Britta Class winner is:



Congratulations! Please email us at info@lawnfawn.com with your info!
Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

12 comments:

  1. So cute to make a stitched image!! tfs! And congrats to the winners!!!

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  2. such a cute technique. thanks for making the video! super cute!

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  3. Very cute flamingo card and great tips on the video.

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  4. Cute idea! One way to keep some of the thread bulk down is to go up at hole 1, down at 2, up at 3, down at 4 repeating around the design until you get to hole 1. Then reverse and go back around the design. This is how I do all my outlining when I cross stitch. Now to go check out my stamps and start stitching.
    Congrats to the winners.

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  5. wow--lots of work, but it looks so cute!

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  6. super cute. i love this technique! and i agree, totally looks like a neon sign.

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  7. One of the things (just ONE of them!) that I LOVE about LF stamps, is that all the sets work together in one way or another. It is truly an awesome feature of your stamps. My LF collection is one of my favorite things in my scrapbooking room!

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  8. What a great idea and thanks for the tutorial!

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  9. Love this video, I have always wanted to
    try embroidery on my cards. I'm off
    to try it on my Critters from the Savannah.

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  10. Great idea! Marie's stitched flamingo looks perfect.
    And congrats to the winners!

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