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Creating Kindness Blog Hop; Texture

Creating Kindness Blog Hop

Welcome to this month’s Creating Kindness Blog Hop. For the month of August we are all featuring projects with texture. I have chosen to create two examples of texture on a card. Whether it is adding elements of another hobby you enjoy or through working in embellishments, adding texture makes an impact to a project.

Scroll down for the list of blogs featured in this hop. Be sure to visit as many of the design team member’s projects as you can for more great ideas!

Adding Texture to a Handmade Card

Creating Kindness Design Team Blog Hop Texture card by Jenny Hall of www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking papercrafts arts and crafts and scrapbooking

Hand Stitched Ribbon    &  Ribbon/Greenery Accents

Creating Kindness Design Team Blog Hop Texture card by Jenny Hall of www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking papercrafts arts and crafts and scrapbooking                Creating Kindness Design Team Blog Hop Texture card by Jenny Hall of www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking papercrafts arts and crafts and scrapbooking

 

 

measurements for both projects:

Card stock card base: 4 1/4″ x 11″, scored at 5 1/2″
Card stock layer: 3 3/4″ x 5″
DSP Panel: 3 5/8″ x 4 7/8″

coordinating card stock for added texture element

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Creating Kindness Design Team Blog Hop Texture card by Jenny Hall of www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking papercrafts arts and crafts and scrapbooking  Creating Kindness Design Team Blog Hop Texture card by Jenny Hall of www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking papercrafts arts and crafts and scrapbooking

 

Directions to Create a Hand Stitched Daisy on paper

Step 1.  Stamp the image in light shade of ink onto card stock

Step 2.  Pierce both ends of image (pressing deeply) with Paper Piercing Tool while positioned on Piercing Mat

Step 3.  Thread ribbon into a long eyed or tapestry embroidery needle. Tie a knot near the tail end of the ribbon

Step 4.  Put needle through one of the piercing holes and pull the ribbon snug. Now push the needle down into the hole at the opposite end of the flower petal. Pull the ribbon snug but not tight. Fluff up the ribbon just a smidgen before moving on

Step 5.  Bring the needle up through the next petal and then down as in the previous petal.  Repeat this until all petals have been sewn, then secure the ribbon on the back of the paper with Fast Fuse Adhesive

Step 6.  Place a Faceted Clear Gem in the center of the flower. Now mount this panel on TWO LAYERS of foam dimensionals

 

 

 

Directions to Create a Sentiment Held with Texture Embellishments

     Step 1.  Adhere length of ribbon to card front panel.

Step 2.  Punch a hole at each end of the paper sentiment

Step 3.  Thread Boxwood Wreath or other greenery into each hole from the back of the paper and secure over the ribbon

Step 4.  Place foam dimensionals under sentiment on either side of greenery, for stability

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Video Hop !!

Start off at my channel with this video, then click the video description to get the links to see the other Design Team’s video tutorial. Fun and easy!

There are links in the video description of each Design Team Member

but here is also a list of links to all participant’s videos:

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For a visual demonstration of this project, CLICK here to watch to watch on YouTube or watch below

https://youtu.be/Bi4mU-Caya0

 

 

Click the pic above to zip over to Carolynn Sander

Have fun visiting these friend’s blogs!

Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂

Creating Kindness Design Team Blog Hop Texture card by Jenny Hall of www.jennystampsup.com for cardmaking papercrafts arts and crafts and scrapbooking

 

Please be sure to hop along and check out all of the fantastic card projects using carry over products.  Thanks for stopping by my blog, I’m glad you are here 🙂

-Jenny Hall

YOUR Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator

 


 

Jenny Hall www.jennystampsup.com

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In answer to many questions, yes I am a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and YES you can join my team. I have a non-geographical team, which means you can live anywhere in the US and participate on my team. I hold monthly meetings via FaceBook LIVE in which you assemble a prepared project. Now is the best time to join as a hobby demo.

It’s a win=win for you !

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