Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Curtain Call Reminder: Burlap Banner

Just a reminder that there is still time to play along at the Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge: Burlap Banner.


The sponsor for this challenge is The Twinery and they have donated a prize package for one randomly selected participant.  Plus, if you are selected as the LEAD for your Burlap Banner inspired card, you will be invited to be a guest for an upcoming challenge.  You do not have to use twine on your card - just be inspired by the Burlap Banner!

When this post first went live, I made this card using striped twine which I think is a very fun look.  For this card, I wanted to highlight the solid twine - in particular the gorgeous Marigold and Caribbean with a little Cappuccino thrown in.

Thankful in Burlap

I used the Blanket Stitch button die from Papertrey Ink.  I didn't actually do the blanket stitch around them, because I would have had to slow down and learn how to do it - but just wrapping this beautiful twine through the holes is a marvelous look.  (FYI - if you try this at home - I did split the twine in half and used only two-ply.)  

I look forward to seeing what you create!
  • Stamps: none
  • Paper: Simon Says Dark Chocolate, Audrey Blue, Sunshine, Papertrey Ink Kraft
  • Ink: None
  • Accessories: The Twinery Solid Twine in Marigold, Caribbean and Cappuccino, Penny Black Words of Gratitude Die, Papertrey Ink Blanket Stitch Button die and Woodgrain embossing, My Favorite Things Fishtail die, Doodlebug Brown Enamel Dots, The Paper Studio Burlap Blossoms (Hobby Lobby)

9 comments:

Tracey McNeely said...

Kim your flowers are beautiful in cream! Now the stitching around the centres is such a fabulous way to showcase the twine!!

Hannelie said...

Wow, the detailed button makes this sooo special!

Marisa said...

This is darling, Kim :)

Lisa said...

Sweet flowers Kim!! I'm with you, love blanket stitching just need to learn (again!) how to do it!!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Beautiful card Kim. Love the stitched buttons... what a great way of using the twine. The flowers are so pretty.

snappy scrappy said...

Beautiful!!!

Marjolein said...

Such an elegant way to incorporate twine in your design!
Love the autumn feel of your card, it's gorgeous with the burlap, warm colorcombo and the enamel dots.
Bye,

Marjolein

Deepti said...

Amazing beauty :) Love it

cm said...

"Ms Late" popping in to catch up on your recent gallery of gorgeous, and this card: an excellent start. Everything about it makes me smile: the stitching, the flowers, the colours - the whole 'rustic' ambiance (I used that word incorrectly, but you know what I mean). Beautiful...
~c