Our Stitched Alphabet Collection is a delightful way to add personalization and sentiments to cards and crafts. Over the past months we’ve seen so many marvelous projects by you and want to see more!
Today, we’ve gathered some cards and projects to inspire you. Keep reading to find more ways to use the Stitched Alphabet Collection in your crafting.
Hey Be Bold Card
Deepa Robbins creates a beautiful teal card that can be read in many ways. From “Hey, be bold” to “Hey You,” this card is a lovely, stitched die example. We especially love the alphabet die background and diagonal stitching in the letters.
G for Greetings Card
Raquel Arribas’ pink and white card includes many subtle elements that we adore. From pink ombre blossoms, leaves poking from behind letters, debossed flowers, and dew drop gems, this simple card is packed with detail.
Feel Better Soon Card
This adorable get-well card by Babi Kind incorporates layering and texture. The coordinating orange, yellow, white, and green hues give the card an air of coziness. The layered tag cut out, bow, Mini Blooms and Sprigs dies, and embellishments along the center of the stitching is wonderful.
Monogram Wedding Card
Take inspiration from Zsoka Marko’s congratulatory wedding card. Featuring unstitched letter dies, the mirrored embossed lines and Be Bold Blooms arrangement perfectly balance the glimmer sentiment in the center.
Stitched Ampersand Card
One of our favorite Stitched Alphabet Collection projects incorporates negative foiling. Natasha Davies uses glimmer sentiments and backgrounds to add a shimmer aspect to her card. The use of the bold complementary colors yellow and purple makes this card stunning.
Stitched U R Card
This adorable card by Michelle Woerner gives four messages to show someone your appreciation. Decorated with pastel flowers and stitching, the sentiment “Ur wonderful, eloquent, vibrant, kind hearted” is heartwarming.
Stitched Smile Card
Keia Shipp’s uplifting card reminds us to smile. Pairing the letters with the diagonal background creates a contrast in eye movement on the mini slimline. We love the uniqueness of this card! It definitely has that “x-factor.”
Stitched Cake Card
Kathya Kalinine’s vibrant cake card is so lively! The neon pink letters are topped with jewel embellishments and are lifted above the card base for extra dimension. Our favorite part of this project is how the layered plants flow out and over the card.
Sending Love Card
Tina Herbeck’s birthday card uses the Stitched & die to create a bold centerpiece. We love how the pink and gold flowers pop out from behind the stitched die. Finally, the embossing detail on the card using Sun Rays is absolutely gorgeous.
Thank you for joining us in today’s post. We hope you’ve been inspired to create more crafts and projects from these examples.
Which project do you want to recreate? Let us know in the comments!
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