The letter A

It is Friday again and so time for a blog post from me. Today I am going to show you the first card in a series. I am making a card to a characteristic for each letter of the alphabet and using the Spellbinders Stitched Alphabet dies.

Today I have the letter A. I cut the letter out twice out of heavyweight cardstock and glued them together before doing the stitching. I also determined to try different embroidery stitches, a skill I have not practiced in years. For this one I did a wagon wheel stitch, a straight stitch and a half chain stitch.

Once the stitching was done, I looked in my pink scrap envelope for a cardstock that would match the main color of the thread. I printed the sentiment on my printer. The cardpanel is dry embossed and I added a white center with a shaped die. I completed the card with some die cut flowers. 
Watch this space for the letter B. 

Supplies Used

Stitched Alphabet
Stitched Alphabet
Stitched Alphabet A
Stitched Alphabet A
Mini Blooms & Sprigs
Mini Blooms & Sprigs
Embossing Folder<br> of the month
Embossing Folder
of the month
Platinum 6
Platinum 6
Bearly Art Glue
Bearly Art Glue
Scrappy Tape 1/8
Scrappy Tape 1/8


*Links in the supplies list are affiliate links. I get a small percentage of the price of the product if you would choose to buy it through my link, at no cost to you. I have purchased all the products I used in this project.

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5 thoughts on “The letter A”

  1. What a cute card! Sound like fun to make a card for each letter. I am just about done with homeschooling. A few more days and I'm free! I hope you have been well.

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