Just popping in to wish you a Happy New Year! I hope you have been enjoying the festive celebrations and are looking forward to a fabulous 2016 ahead :)
I have made a card to play along with Less Is More's homespun theme:
I used a new background from My Favourite Things to create the look of fabric on cream cardstock and some stitched stamps to create the border. The flowers and cross stitches are from a set by Lil Inkers and I watercoloured them using my Zig Watercolours. I have inked around the edge to emphasise the vintage, homespun look.
I hope you like my last card of 2015!
Thanks, as always, for stopping by and your kind comments - they make my day :)
Your sampler needlepoint card is fabulous for the homespun challenge, Sarah! It's a perfect last card of 2015! I can't wait to see your first card of 2016! I wish you and your family all the very best of everything in the new year!! Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
This is so pretty, Sarah ... just like a hand stitched sampler! Happy New Year to you and yours! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete
Such a pretty card Sarah - hope your 2016 is the best everReplyDelete
... and a Happy New Year to you Sarah. Hope you've enjoyed all the festive fun and great to see you found a little space to create such a beautiful card with the perfect homespun feel. Love the design, colours and techniques as always. Thanks for playing along at Less is More and looking forward to our next meet up in 2016! Sarah xReplyDelete
Happy New Year to you Sarah. The background stamp and stitching really add to the homespun look of your delicate flowers.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year to you too! Loving this, Sarah. You've really captured the vintage feel of this and I love those stitched stamps, fab creation.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing with us.
Less is More
I'm sorry that I'm so late in commenting but having various visitors over the holiday period made me rather behind!ReplyDelete
This has such a nostalgic feel Sarah, I love the stitching and it's perfect for our homespun challenge!
Thanks so much
"Less is more"
Sarah what a soft and pretty style, the stitched borders look so realistic!ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining our last challenge of the year and wishing you a very happy new year.
"Less is More"