Here are three beautiful stitching cards that were posted in the Form-A-Lines gallery this week. The card makers have all adapted the patterns in a creative way. Another Easel by Katharine was made with PinBroidery initial patterns. Katharine said, “This was a wedding commission. I had to play around with David’s initials to get the greenery … Read moreThree stitching cards from the Form-A-Lines gallery
Jasu said: “I stitched on cream card with green, garnet silk and gold metallic threads, then painted with gold metallic acrylic paint. It is mounted on lime green and cream hammered card. I used peel offs to complete the card.”
This week’s card is called Breast Cancer Fundraiser and was made by Nedlnut. There are two beautiful cards made using the Stitching Cards Free Awareness Ribbon Pattern which has a choice of two sizes of ribbon.
Nedlnut said: “In October, we held a month-long breast cancer fundraiser. The owner of A Stamp Artist Place and I donated the supplies so that all of the money raised could go to our chosen charity.
Must love cats said: “I used traditional christmas colours for this one. I mounted it on red and green paper and added the red ribbon to finish it off.”
Nedlnut said: “The Stitching Cards free doggie pattern was stitched with variegated rayon thread. Inside says “have a dog-gone happy birthday”. This is for my great nephew’s 6th birthday.”
Dutchess said: “I decided to make a ‘thinking of you’ card and use one of my favourite Stitching cards patterns ‘Basket of Flowers’. I tried to keep the colours quite muted due to the use of the card.”
Must love cats said “Recently I was very inspired by all the black and white cards in the Form-A-Lines gallery/archives. Most of them were stamped cards but I decided to see which of the stitched patterns could be adapted to fit this theme and this one worked perfectly. I am very happy with the result.”