Endless wishes stitched Christmas card …

Hello and welcome to my blog. This week’s challenge at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown is to use real stitching …


Initially, I had all these ambitious ideas of making a stitched Christmas tree with added beads, from a form-a-line pattern I had years ago, but could I find the pattern? Heck no! I know it’s in my craft room somewhere… maybe one day, when I’m not looking for it, I will find it and make it again.. after all I still have all the silvery threads and shiny beads to use!  So instead, I made use of the Sweet Threads Simply Sent kit by Stampin’ Up I found in my stash, added images from the Endless Wishes stamp set and layers of cardstock …


I stamped the snowflake faintly in sahara sand ink to give me a pattern to follow, and then used my poky tool to make holes where the lines intersected. I stitched the snowflake with thread from the kit and finished off with shiny stars and a rhinestone for some Christmas sparkle…


I hope you like my card for this week. The Design Team has created lots of lovely cards to inspire you, so do pop over to 52 Christmas Card Throwdown challenge blog to take a look.  I’ve been invited to enter my project in the Quirky Crafts challenge, which I’m delighted to do.

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8 Comments to “Endless wishes stitched Christmas card …”

  1. Just beautiful, I love clean and simple cards. But I bet the stitching took some time, so not so simple x

  2. Simply delightful. I love this pretty hand stitched snowflake and the twinkling little stars too. Perfect!! xxx

  3. C’est adorable Gill, d’une finesse et d’une délicatesse, magnifique, biz

  4. Beautiful card!!! Would you like to join us in our “Quirky Sewn with love” Challenge at Quirky Crafts?

  5. love that cute stitched snowflake – beautiful card

  6. Beautiful! Very clever use of the poky tool! Xx

  7. The stitching gives the snowflake a lovely dainty feel. Wonderful job here!

    P.S. I totally understand about not being able to find something when you want it, but later discovering it when you’re no longer really looking for it! 🙂 It’s so frustrating!

  8. Thank you for joining us!!! Your card is perfect for our “Sewn with Love” challenge at. Monica.-Quirky Crafts dt

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