Thursday, September 29, 2011

Sentimental Sundays Challenge #74

is asking us to do something with our project that we don't usually do... a technique, a fancy fold, something that challenges our creativity.... to "Step Out of Your Comfort Zone".
I'm stepping out with some fabric...


I made this card from last
October's Fall in Love kit from PDP plus a couple of other items from my stash. I thought I would incorporate some wool left over from coasters I had made last year. My idea was to try sewing it to the border strip, but my machine had other ideas. I ending up gluing it. Oh well... roll with the punches!


I also thought I would try
to die cut a piece of cardboard to use as a mat... thankfully it fit through my Cuttlebug. 
Used: Spellbinder's Large Deckled Rectangles die, Walnut Stain Distress Ink, Tim Holtz Paper Distresser, Round Metal Edge Grungy Tag, Lunch Bag Kraft Cardstock, two buttons, Tim Holtz Tattered Leaves Die, old leaves stamp set bought on sale ages ago, Martha Stewart border punch.


Well, now on to the important things...


Isn't he growing? I am blessed!!!
Thanks for stopping by to visit... you guys are the best!

12 comments:

yyam said...

Such a lovely textured card! Love the mix of papers and elements! Beautifullly composed Linda! :)

He is darling!!! Congrats again! :)

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

awww.... that is the cutest thing on earth, sure you are a proud grandma...
and I see "fall in love", lots of them, what a clever way to use that image from the MF paper, I wish I have more of that paper now....

~amy~ said...

love the texturey card...don't you hate it when the sewing machine has other plans? Your card is wonderful!

he's a-dorable!

Ros said...

This is one fabulous card ... but I have to say that your grandson steals the show ... he's adorable!!

Tracey said...

This is absolutely stunning! Gorgeous baby photo too :0)
Hugs
Tracey
x

penny stock6 said...

What a wonderful fall card. The ribbon treatment looks so fancy. That baby looking so cute. This is one fabulous card. top penny stock picks

Lisa M. (aka Lisabee) said...

What a fabulous project for stepping “out of your comfort zone”! I NEVER use Fabric, so I totally admire that you opted to do that for your card! Your little one is just precious!

Thanks for joining us at Sentimental Sundays this week! Good luck!
♥ Lisa M. SSDT
http://lisabeesponderings.blogspot.com

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This card is very different then other and it is my one of the favorite card. It is very designer and awesome.


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Nick Dacis said...

The little child is looks so cute and sweet. You have made such a very lovely card and the ribbon treatment looks so fancy. I excited for making.

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