mardi 4 octobre 2016

Embroidered sieve.


Hello everyone.
Today I'd like you to show something unusual from me ^^
....but first, I am happy to welcome my new follower June Macfarlane (sorry, no blog found)




I saw some embroidered sieves on Pinterest and I wanted to make one - just to see.
Because the thing is vaulted, you can not as easily work the back, as with an embroidery hoop, each end of embroidery thread should be immediately hidden by the following, otherwise it is not possible!   .....or you must end your work with many knots --- not very clean!
This little thing cost me a lot of nerves, but when it was finished, I was really happy with the result!


Here is a closer view (please click to enlarge)
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I hope you did like this somewhat unusual thing.





Very simple card, eh!



.... BUT, if you pull the tab, colorful blooms come to light!
The blue pattern are stamped with Stazon on acetate and attached to the colorful paper, by using the tab.
This tutorial shows very well how such a card is made.





Bye for now....







Stamps: Stampin'Up, WOJ, 
Inks: Stazon, Stampin'Up
Dies: Stampin'Up, Memory Box,
Punch: Stampin'Up
Acetat, patterned paper, foam pads



3 commentaires:

  1. Beides kommt mir sehr bekannt vor ... *zwinker*.
    Die Stickerei auf dem Sieb hatte ich erst beim zweiten Hinschauen gesehen und musste erst mal mit den Fingern drüber streichen, tatsächlich echt ... Wahnsinn!!! Und Mehl wird damit definitiv nicht gesiebt!! ..*grins*, hängt bereits in meiner Küche!!!
    Knuddels Gundi

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  2. Auf was die Leute alles kommen - Siebe zu besticken - das wuerde mir ja im Leben nie einfallen!!!! Dann ist er ja nicht mehr zu gebrauchen....Aber schoen sieht er aus - keine Frage! Die Karte ist auch super!

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Thank you for your kind words, wish you a nice day. ♥

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