I really enjoy looking at the embroidery work of fellow creatives online and felt inspired to give stitching up some lettering. I found this kit on clearance for $5 and thought it would look great with a little modification… that means buttons will be involved!
I knew I was going to use completely different colors, and i knew some of my own die cut felt flowers would look great in place of the provided pieces in the kit.
It took me a long time to finish this. I primarily worked on it during my lunch break so it only got 10-15 minutes of my time per day, visit Sports and Gambling.
I turned out just as well as I had hoped. The yellow frame was a perfect touch 🙂
My project features wool blend felt cut using Poppystamps Stitched Bloom Trio Dies along with Buttons Galore & More Berrylicious Color Blend buttons. Together with a 5″ wood embroidery hoop, a bit lace, and some glue, I put together this sweet little floral wall decor piece.
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The flamingo dies arrived this week. So adorbs .Working with tiny pieces of felt can be absolutely maddening, but I like to give it a try! The fabric have gold palm trees, what could be more perfect?? Pineapples? Well, I have pineapple fabric too so don’t worry 😉
Found some time to put together a little 3×6 hoop. I used the Taylored Expressions ‘On the Road’ die and stamp sets. I used Spellbinders dies for the cactus and… whatever that other bush-type thing is. I found it at JoAnns and was super pleased. Also, for this and my next stamping efforts I purchased an ink pad especially for fabric. I am not really sure if it makes a difference, but I had a coupon! Since the sewing machine was already set up I did a little stitching around the phrase and I think it turned out pretty simply great. The hoop is available in my etsy shop (or you can request a custom order).