Monday, January 12, 2015

circle stitching card

I have made another stitching and beaded card. The pattern was pierced using a die.. I used variegated metallic thread..Loz

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful stitching, Loz! Dies it take you long to do this? It looks like it...

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  2. You are really rocking this technique, very gorgeous, I hope you are going to frame this!

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  3. Gorgeous - LOVE the stitching and beading and what a fabulous color combination. This is beautiful!

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  4. Beautiful stitching & beading on your card Loz, love the design and colours.
    Pam

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  5. Oh so beautiful Loz.....I must remember to add beads as it just finishes the card nicely.

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  6. This is beautiful, talk about intricate work - I think this would be framed and in my craft room.

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  7. This is just so beautiful. I took a closer look and love how intricate it is. I love the added beads and the circle-so pretty!

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  8. You have been a busy lady, it must have taken some time to stitch and bead this card. The floral arrangement in the centre looks amazing too!

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  9. Oh my word! Absolutely stunning, Loz!
    hugs, Asha

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  10. Wooww Stitching on a card..amazing..I am not so a patient woman...this is wonderful Loz...luv it

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