Monday, March 21, 2011

A Happy Birthday Wreath

Ok so I received my latest Papertrey Ink order and in it was the Wreath for All Seasons stamp set.  I couldn't wait to play with it, so it was the first set to get inked up.  Here is the card I made with it. This is also the first card that I have sewed on that looks good enough to share. My previous practice cards were a hot mess and ended up in the trash. Since I was happy with how this turned out I think I will be doing it more.

Here is a close up of the details.

Happy Birthday Card
STAMPS: PTI Wreath for ALL Seasons, PTI Background Basics: Sheet Music
PAPER: CTMH cardstock and PP
OTHER: Spellbinders die, PTI Button, CTMH Waxed Twine, Ribbon Unknown


  1. Beautiful! It turned out great.

  2. once i started sewing on cards and scrapbook pages, i just couldn't stop and now i sew on almost everything! i have found that keeping my stitch length a little longer than i would for fabric and keeping a sharp needle just for paper have been very helpful. your card is lovely...a wreath for all seasons is one of my most used stamp sets. i love it and use it over and over again.

  3. I am so glad you got Wreath for all will love it and use it frequently! Your card is just beautiful!

  4. This is a lovely card with its soft colors. I like how you threaded the ribbon. I haven't tried sewing on cards yet, which is kind of funny considering that I used to sew all of the time. I think that I'm just afraid of either screwing up my sewing machine or ruining a perfectly good card. Guess I just need to take your cue and practice!

  5. Beautiful colors. That background paper looks gorgeous.

  6. Tricia..........This is so pretty! I love the blues on the wreath!!! It's such a soft and perfect birthday card. Lovely.

  7. I love your card and now I got to have that stamp set. Your card looks so elegant

  8. Tricia..I think you did a great job on the stitching! I like the blues in your card and on the wreath..this is such a fun stamp to work with.



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