Tag Archives: hand stitching

Mist-Splattered Card

Hey, everyone! Roree here with another Make It! Monday project. Today I am sharing a mist-splattered card and the techniques I used to create it. I started with white cardstock, Heidi Swapp Black Velvet Color Shine, and a Faber-Castell stipple brush. I took the spray nozzle off of the bottle and dipped the brush into […]


Hand-Stitched Ribbon Card

Hey, everyone! Roree here with another Make It! Monday project. Today I am sharing a card I created with hand-stitched ribbon. I started with some 5/8″ woven ribbon, two colors of embroidery thread, and a sewing needle. I threaded the needle with the blue embroidery thread and ran a basting stitch along the center of […]

Technique Spotlight with Paige Evans: Stitching

Hand stitching on layouts is one of my favorite (albeit time consuming!) techniques to use on scrapbook pages. Check out these examples and tell me if you’d consider hand stitching on projects! MAKE MEMORIES ALL OVER THE WORLD by Paige Evans On this layout I used the alphabet stitching template by Amy Tangerine for American […]

Wooden Spool Flowers

Happy Monday! With the weather being so crazy and cold in many areas throughout the country, I thought I would brighten up the blog a little with a spring-inspired flower project—wooden spool flowers. They are pretty simple to make. Here is what you will need: Wooden spools, paper straws, hemp cord, and die cut flowers […]

Hand-Stitched Valentine Card

Happy Monday! As I was going through my supplies trying to decide what to create for today’s post (and still in a mood to create a love-themed project), I found this totally adorable paper from Doodlebug Design: It is the Sugar, Sugar double-sided cardstock from their Sweetheart collection. As soon as I saw it, I […]

Use Your Scraps Layout

  Hey everyone! I’m back today with fun layout to share with you all. If you are like me, after each and every project you make, you end up with lots of leftover scraps. Example: While I can say that I have gotten better over time, I still have a bit of problem throwing paper away. […]