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Spellbinders Stitched Heart

Hi card making friends and welcome back.  Today’s card share is Spellbinders Stitched Heart.  This is the Small Die of the Month for December and it has fabulous layering dies and a beautiful heart that only takes a few minutes to stitch up.

If you have never stitched on a card before, this would be the perfect beginner kit to try it out.  If you don’t like to stitch on cards, no problem, this looks lovely without the stitching too.  Either way, it’s very easy to create a beautiful set of cards with this die set.  The set also includes sentiment dies and the flower and leaf dies.

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Spellbinders Stitched Heart card for Valentines day

For today’s card I decided to do an Ombre Ink Blending Technique for the trellis die.  I used Distress Oxide Inks in Spun Sugar, Kitsch Flamingo and Worm Lipstick.  It adds depth and interest to the card.

handmade greeting card with a pink stitched heart and flowers created using new card making products from Spellbinders

How to create the Spellbinders Stitched Heart Card:

Start by ink blending the Ombre onto a 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ piece of Hammermill cardstock.  Once dry, cut it out with the trellis die including the stitched heart center insert.

Pro -TIP – save the extra pieces to die cut the flowers and sentiment.

Next, die cut the next layer die, also from Hammermill Cardstock.

then, cut another piece at 4″ x 5-1/4.  Place inside the December Embossing Folder Heart Blooms and run it through the die cutting machine.

Finally, Attach this piece to a top folding A2 sized card front (4-1/4″ x 11″, score and fold at 5-1/2″).

handmade greeting card with a pink stitched heart and flowers created using new card making products from Spellbinders

Spellbinders Stitched Heart – Adding the Heart.

Start by using white DMC thread (3 strands), to stitch the heart.

Next, chose one of the sentiments, and die cut it from the side pieces left over from the trellis

Then, die cut the flowers from the scraps as well, and leaves from green scrap.

Finally, Use Bearly art glue to attach the heart to the card, Foam Squares to attach the sentiment, and white glue to add the flowers and leaves.

Embellish with some small silver gems.

handmade greeting card with a pink stitched heart and flowers created using new card making products from Spellbinders

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10 thoughts on “Spellbinders Stitched Heart”

  1. Lovely card in a refreshing palette! I just discovered your blog on the most recent Simon Says blog hop and am so glad I did ~ your talent is so inspiring! We have very similar styles and taste, however you are miles beyond me in experience. Lucky me! Someone to watch and learn from! I’m having a blast exploring the cards on your blog, and am amazed at how many stamps & dies we share in common. And on the subject of your blog, I am loving how you have it set up!! SO so easy to navigate, not a common thing sadly. Again, I’m thrilled to have stumbled upon you and look forward to learning so much from you. Thanks!

  2. Gorgeous! What a beautiful kit this month – stitching is so much fun, even more so when you can do it pretty fast. I love how feminine and pretty this card is Sandi, lovely as always xx

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