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Hey friends! I’m back to share a new card using the February Stitching Die of the Month club. This month’s “Pocket Full of Spring” die set is perfect for making cards, decor, and more celebrating the upcoming spring season. It is so cute! This set also coordinates with the “Pocket Full of Spring Sentiments Etched Die Set“. The Stitching Die of the Month set comes with several dies – solid leaves, stitching leaves, stitching flowers, and the stitching pocket.
- On an A2 card base, adhere a panel of light blue cardstock trimmed to 5.25 x 4 inches.
- Trim a panel of Barely Peach cardstock to 5 x 3.75 inches. Die cut it with the Stitched Diamond Argyle die. This is from the Christmas release, but works all year round.
- I die cut several flowers and leaves using a mix of cardstock from my stash. The Spellbinders colors I used include: Blue Spruce, Dune, and Barely Peach.
- I stitched each element with DMC floss in a closely matching color. For the Barely Peach flower, I used a tan/brown/cream variegated floss. I used this same variegated floss on the pocket as well. Most of my stitches were very simple running stitches or back stitches. The flowers that look like roses use a wagon wheel stitch. Here’s a YouTube video I followed.
- Adhere the pocket with foam tape, but only add foam tape on the sides of the pocket so there is room to fill the pocket.
- Fill and arrange the leaves and florals inside the pocket with liquid glue and foam tape for varied dimension.
- Embellish with Crystal Mix Color Essential Gems and white gel pen detail.
- Die cut and adhere the sentiment from Pocket Full of Spring Sentiments Etched Die Set. Adhere with foam tape.
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What a beautiful card. Love the flowers & stitching with the pocket.
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