Thursday, September 29, 2011

Grandma's Doilies, JustRite Style!

Here we are on day three of JustRite's October Release! If you have not been to the JustRite BLOG to see all the great creations thus far, you do want to go take a peek to catch up on all the goodness! Blog Candy Alert - there is Blog Candy on the JustRite Blog, a $50.00 shopping Spree. To enter go to the JustRite Blog and answer the blog candy question. The Blog Candy is open for comments until Friday Night at 12 pm EST. The winner will be announced on the JustRite Blog on Monday October 3rd during the release post. Good luck!

I chose to get out the embroidery needle and thread for this card! I stamped the image onto a scrap of white linen with Memento London Fog Grey ink. I trimmed the image and taped it to my white die cut. I LOVE this so much my plan is to embroider all of the images and place them in a mat and frame for a wall decor art piece!

And here is the entire JustRite Grandma's Doilies Set! It is divine! These images pair wonderfully with the new JustRite Lace borders set!

Here is a close up to give a you a better look at the detail! I added a simple sentiment from JustRite's Happy Everything Mini Tag Set. The tag set is now a staple on my desk, I reach for it often!

QR (Quick Response Code) codes are popping up everywhere & you may have wondered what they were. QR codes are pixelated squares that you can scan with a smart phone app. Scanning the QR code with your phone will bring you directly to a website or landing page. Look for JustRite QR Codes on JR packaging and in JustRites Catalog! It will link a stamp set to JustRite's Design Gallery for that set. Now you can scan the code with your phone to see what your favorite designers have created with a set before you purchase the set in your favorite store. You can use your smart phone to access the design gallery for your stamp set from your craft room when you are ready to use your set or from our mini fliers or catalogs or when you are sitting in a car waiting to pick up your child from a sporting event! Isn't that the coolest! Let us know how this is working for you!

Thank you for stopping by today! I really appreciate your visits, I know I say it all the time but it's true! Hope you are having a terrific Thursday! Make sure you take a look at all the Grandma's Doilies goodness the following designers have to share! I'll see you tomorrow with another new release set!

Becca Feeken

Debbie Olson

Mona Pendleton

Sharon Harnist

Kathy Jones

Kazan Clark

Stephanie Kraft

Heidi Blankenship

Michele Kovack

Sankari Wegman

Kellie Fortin

Angela Barkhouse

Barb Schram

STAMPS: Grandma's Doilies (JustRite), Happy Everything Tag Set (JustRite)

INK: Memento London Fog & Potter's Clay

DIES: Grand Circles (Spellbinders), Standard Circles (Spellbinders), Spellbinders Lacey Circles (JustRite), Spellbinders Custom Tag (JustRite Tag Kit)

OTHER: Linen (local fabric store), Felt trim (Hobby Lobby), Misc Button, Ribbon and Burlap String (Stamp Simply RIBBON Store), Cuttlebug Dots dry embossing folder

12 comments:

Rose Ann said...

Incredibly gorgeous, Barb!!

Cyndie said...

Oh. My. Gosh. This is just gorgeous! What a lot of work, but it came out so beautiful, and looks just like a sampler from Grandma's day. Thanks for the inspiration!

Gloria Westerman said...

What a great idea....never thought to use stamps like this....very clever and awesome....tfs

Stephanie Kraft said...

Wonderful card, Barb! Your embroidery is exquisite!

Carol E said...

Wow! So beautiful love how you did it. thanks for sharing it.

Carol E said...

Thank you for such a beautiful project.

Carol E said...

Your card is just stunning. Thank you for creating and sharing it.

Karen said...

Wow all the stitching must have taken forever. The card is beautiful and the colors are too!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Beautiful project Barb! Your hand embroidery looks fantastic! Such an inspiration!

Kathy Martin said...

LOVE your embroidery! And so creative of you to use these stamps as a pattern!

Patty Chalas said...

gorgeous!!!

snowbear said...

What fabulous work you've done!