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Friday, 4 December 2015

At The Haberdashery (by Julie)

Hello and welcome. Today I am sharing a card that I made for one of the first Chocolate Baroque television shows, over  on The Craft Channel. Talking of television shows, there are some brand new shows coming your way in the next few days so keep your eyes peeled for further details.

The stamp sets used for this card are HaberdasheryLace Fragments and Artistic Expressions.
It is easier to make this card if you start by creating the two mounted panels first. Just ink up the stamps with Onyx Black Versafine, stamp the designs, add some watercolour with Distress ink and then cut the panels to suit the size of your card. I have then mounted onto red card and used a corner rounder but that is completely optional.
Decide where you want to place your panels then ink up your Lace Fragments and stamp them so it looks like the lace is disappearing under the main images. After the stamping is complete take a wet wipe, dab it in some Distress ink and sponge the background. When you are happy with the result stick the two main panels to the base card.

Many thanks for stopping by,

Julie x


  1. This is very pretty Julie and the haberdashery set is one we don't see used all that often and the pretty lace goes well and finished with a lovely sentiment.

  2. this is gorgeous - I love it!!

  3. My daughter would love your card, she is just getting into sewing.

  4. Beautiful card and all the sewing images are fabulous, I just love this, Kate x


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