Stitched Alphabet Cards with Laura Bassen
Cardmaking,  Die Cutting Inspiration,  Intermediate

Stitched Alphabet Cards with Laura Bassen

Hi there! Laura here, and today I am honored to share a few cards featuring the fun, new Stitched Alphabet Collection.

Spellbinders Stitched Alphabet Cards with Laura Bassen

Stitched You Card

For my first card, I spelled out “you” using the Stitched Alphabet Dies. I added colorful stitching with embroidery floss to each letter. I adhered thin strips solid colored cardstock behind the die-cut letters and stamped a coordinating sentiment from the Stitched Alphabet Descriptors Sentiments Stamp Set.

Spellbinders Stitched Alphabet Cards with Laura Bassen - Stitched You Card

Stitched Love Card

For my second card, I spelled out “love” using solid colored cardstock. I added white stitching to each letter using white embroidery floss followed by tiny white adhesive gems stickers. I die-cut the shadow layer for each letter using vellum. I created a background panel out of cream cardstock and adhered and angled panel of matte gold cardstock. I stamped a coordinating sentiment from the Stitched Alphabet Descriptors Sentiments Stamp Set and added a few clear drops for embellishment.

Spellbinders Stitched Alphabet Cards with Laura Bassen - Stitched Love Card

Hi Card

For my third card, I foiled a sentiment using the Stitched Alphabet Note Sentiments with gold foil onto Lunar Gray cardstock. I die cut two letters into the Lunar Gray panel to spell out “hi”. Behind the open negative space, I adhered thin strips of solid colored cardstock on an angle.

Spellbinders Stitched Alphabet Cards with Laura Bassen - Hi Card

There are so many fun ways to use these Stitched Alphabet Dies. You can create your own sentiments or customize a name to personalize your projects. Thank you so much for stopping by today and thank you to Spellbinders for having me!

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2 Comments

  • spilor

    These are all beauties! I don’t want to get into this aspect of cardmaking, as I have enough trouble now deciding what I can afford w/o adding more options to my dilemma…. but your cards are gorgeous, Laura! TFS!
    Lori S in PA

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