Hello Spring Stitched Card by Neftali Zambrano

Friday, May 14, 2021

Hi friends! Neftali Zambrano here and welcome back to another crafty blog post sharing how I made a hand-stitched card that also includes some fun stamping. Have you ever used hand stitching in your paper crafting? Paige has been a huge inspiration for me to do hand stitching in my paper projects and she has some awesome tutorials on her YouTube channel that I used to find some fun new stitches to try on this project.

For this project I am using one of the cut files from the 20 Days of Spring Cut Files called Hello Spring Title. This cut file is super fun because it also comes with a stitching option. I decided to showcase the stitching option and I cut it into a little under 6x6 inches. I planned to create a stitched card.

Before I started, I wanted to add some fun color to my white cardstock base, so I used the Wonders Acrylic Stamps to add some flower stamping. I used four of the small flower stamps that are in the set in fun pastel stamping all over my 6x6 page. I also added some embossing powder over the stamping and used my heat tool to finish it off. Once the stamping was done, I added my stitching to the cut file. I used three pastel threads in the colors pink, yellow, and teal. I was able to complete the stitching in one afternoon and I personally find it very relaxing - I love to watch it come together. The finished stitching gave a beautiful spring feel to my card. The final step was to add the finished stitched page to a 6x6 card base. This card came together very easily and I love the finished result!

I had so much fun creating this card. The floral stamps and the pastel thread stitching really do give it all the springtime feels. See you next time, crafty friends!

SUPPLIES: Stamps: WONDERSwhite cardstockink pads; Die cut machine: Silhouette Cameo; Cut file: Hello Spring Title by Paige Evans

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  1. Sooo pretty ! Love how you used the stamp !

    1. Thank you Kelly! Those i try birth flowers are perfect for creating a cute background! Xo


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