Thursday, March 31, 2011

My Creative Time- "Throwback Thursday" Guest Designer Project: So Grateful For You

 
What a surprise it was that Miss Emma herself invited me to be a Guest Designer on her Throwback Thursday Challenge !!!! OMG, I feel so honored !!! And best of all, I had so much fun making this card !! I found the colors and theme of this pattern paper to be so happy, crafty and girlie that I decided they would be the perfect match for Emma's beautiful stamps and the font style used in my set.
  1. Stamp sentiment on cardstock and make border.













2. Cut parts of card base and focal piece, ink and distress paper where necessary, stamp and cut out "spool" and cover with embroidery floss. Assemble card:



Click HERE to go back to Emmas blog so you can see the other amazing designs :)

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR STOPPING BY !!! HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY    :)

10 comments:

  1. what a sweet card. Love the patterns and the spool is adorable.

    Liz

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  2. Adorable card aned colorful, great background paper. Love the spool of thread. Glad you joined in on the challenge

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  3. How beautiful! So colorful! I love the spool!!

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  4. Bella tarjeta Martha!!!! Me encanta TODO de ella!!!

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  5. This card is amazing! I love the SU paper and all the details! Great work and congrats on your guest designer spot!

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  6. Awesome job Martha! This card is beautiful and I'm so GLAD that you were one of Emma's special guest designers!!! Hugs- Glora

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  7. Congratulations on being a guest designer and sharing your awesome project.
    Love the little "spool" what a great idea.

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  8. What an awesome card, love the colors and that spool is just to cute.

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  9. SEW cute!My mother in law is a seamstress,She would love your card.Beautiful job!!! :)

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  10. What an incredible card! I love the whole concept! I love the spool, the buttons the paper and that note paper tag! What a great idea! I love the sentiments and how you did that! I have that punch and never even used it! LOVE that idea!
    tfs

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