This is one I made on cardstock, would be nice for an anniversary, I used it for a birthday. And like the others I've stitched designs on felt or fabric and added that to a card, on top or under a cut-out frame. Lots of choices. Have fun creating one!
Thank you for your suggestions and ideas. Oh my goodness my head is now spinning with ideas. Becky
Great question and idea! I can see I will soon have a list of things to try that far exceeds the time to do. This is thinking outside the box. I guess I need to try that more. Thanks for opening a whole new vista. :)
This is a wonderful place to learn new ideas. Glad I could assist you in expanding your embroidery to do list. :) Becky
I make all sorts of cards but use a combination of designs and add words with my PE design. I assemble the cards with double sided glue. Sometimes I sew onto felt which is less hassle to put on to the card other times I use fabric.
Thank you. I am thinking I will have more designs suitable for fabric than card stock.
When I first found out it was possible to embroider onto card, I made loads of greetings cards. However, there are plenty of other ways to create fantastic "cards" which are a bit more elaborate. For instance, I have made several based on the CD recycling design and more by embroidering onto handmade paper, doilies etc and then sticking onto a card blank. Cross stitch designs look particularly good stitched on linen and then the edges fringed before sticking to card.
I could go on all day!
Thank you Sue. I love your suggestions. I will show Kenneth your post. Becky
Give him our best wishes from Lincolnshire!
Really love the bottom one - may have to try something like this!
Love this idea and suggestion, may I borrow it? :)
Of course you may!
Oh thank you! you are such a sweet heart. :) leaha
Sue, those are Beauty-full.