Thursday, February 12, 2009

Fabric...just can't put it down!

Do you think I could put the fabric away? especially when today's Ways to use it challenge on SCS is to use fabric! Woohoo! I love putting my fabric through my die cut machine with the nesties and that is what I did here and also added a strip along the middle. I used the fun Michael Miller fabric that paired up really well with the Amy Butler Patterned Paper.
The fabric and the paper just scream spring so I thought the Kim Hughes' Sweet Spring would be a fabulous image addition.

Here is a close shot of the fun and funky! That little brad I picked up at Michael's the other day too.
Hope you play along with the challenge today, I am going to enjoy going through the gallery to see everyone's fabulous fabric projects!
Here are all my card deets:
Stamps by Cornish Heritage Farms:
Sweet Spring (Kim Hughes Collection)

Rich Cocoa Memento (Tsukineko)
Amy Butler Patterned Paper (K&Co)
Simply Smooth White, Suede Brown Dark (Prism)
Copic Markers
Fabric (Michael Miller)
Brad (Colobox)
Sewing Machine


Maggie said...

Sherrie I am luving the fabric inspirations. I have a garage full of fabric from my sewing days..
Thanks for stopping by

Heather Bradley said...

Beautiful card Sherrie :0) Love your use of fabric, very inspiring :0)
I wish we had a Michael's here in the UK, you seem to always find such wonderful bargains :0)
**Hugs** Heather x

leenda said...

Love everything about this card...the stamps, bright paper & the fabric! Beautifully done!

Tereza Crump aka MyTreasuredCreations said...

love it, love it!! I am working on some 4th of July cards using fabric too...last Christmas I made almost 100 of them using Christmas fabric to send to Oh, what fun!! you are so creative, love your blog. thanks for the inspiration!!

Norine said...

super cute love the flower and that stamp

Cindy said...

This is adorable!!

~~Deby said...

I am having so much fun browsing your blog this afternoon here in Latte'land...(seattle'ish)....I love that you combine sewing with your stamps...what kind of sewing maching do you use for cardstock?
Your blog is a blessing to me..