Walk the Plank...
Sew Be It!

No Fuss, No Muss!

Wanna make the easiest card ever?  Well I got a pack of Cotton Scraps Crafty Secrets from Hanna Stamps! They looked so cool on-line and I thought what the heck, I'm game.  So tonight Jeff and I watched a movie, one of his favorites "Independance Day" OMG! to have a President like that eh? Actually risking his life for the world.  I know its just a movie, but still.  So as the movie ended, I thought..well crapola, I did not stamp at all today, I did laundry and cleaned, and even made meatloaf for supper, so I thought tonight was the night to try out my Cotton Scraps, and by cracky this was easy peasy.

DSCN6644 copy Here is what the cotton looks like up close.

Neat eh? It looks almost canvas-y!

So I used my oval nestabilities to cut out the image (I was not sure if it would work, and it did), and then I peeled off the paper backing and glued it down to the scalloped basic black cardstock, for some reason I was thinking it was going to be sticky on the back and it was not...ummm...now that I READ the packaging I see that it does say to add adhesive after you peel off the paper. (I wonder if I could just leave it on the paper and make the card...hmmm....I have 5 more images, and 3 greeting images to practice on) I have a sewing machine on my wish list so I can sew Jeff's ripped jeans...NOT!  so I can sew on my cards!  YES!!! I love seeing all the real sewing online.  Jeanne Streiff is amazing at it.  I would definitley need to practice, can you imagine getting a card all the way done and then messing it up by sewing it wrong....yikes!

Anyway after some quick paper cutting, some faux stitching and a little rub-on punched out, voila!

DSCN6645 copy  Cotton Scraps (Crafty Secrets)

Paper: Very Vanilla, Basic Black Textured, Riding Hood Red Textured, K& Company background paper

Misc: Nestabilities, Vanilla Tafetta, Word Window punch, A Perfect Day Rub-ons, Paper Piercer, White gel pen

I set the card on the rest of the pack so you can kinda see it.

I am so getting more of these.

Have a great Monday, and thanks for stopping in!

Hugs, Di