Thursday, April 8, 2010

It's Lindsay digi stamp Thursday

It's a birthday party for Lindsay's Stamp Stuff. To celebrate we are going to Hop, Shop & Crop April 13-15. Lindsay will be holding a 3-day crop in the mygrafico crop room. Go on over there now and join (it's free). Over the course of the 3-days you can pop in and out as often as you want to participate in the events and classes, join challenges or just see what is going on. The classes and crops are free. There will be freebies and prizes. We also have a blog hop and other exciting things planned. Stay tuned for more details.

To join the crop, you will need to be a member of the mygrafico community. It's free to join. Join now so you are ready for the crop. (Click HERE to join)
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Remember, it is all FREE!

For my project this week I went back to my prim roots and used the patriotic patchwork quilt digi image from Lindsay's stamp stuff to create a prim stitchery ornie. it measure about 5x5. I used my distress inks to color parts of it in. Don't forget to check out Lindsays blog and to check out what teh other fab DT members have been up to.
happy crafting all


Mrs. Fence said...

this turned out great! I love the prim stitching and the way you colored the fabric with your inks. AWESOME idea!

Lindsay Weirich said...

very prim and cute, you could fill it with cedar fo a closet freshener or potporri!

Karin said...

Totally creative! Love the stitching!

Margie said...

So sweet, I never would have thought to use a digistamp like this!

Leanne said...

How clever is this!!! I've not sure how you did it but I love it!! Way to think outside the box!

Tamara Bennett said...

Very creative! Looks great!

Micki said...

oh wow, that is absolutely awesome!!!!! sure takes me back to my quilting days..... oh it's adorable!

Desert Designs said...

Way to think outside the box - love it!

Anonymous said...

This is awesome! I love how prim it is!

ljurecek said...

I don't know what prim stitchery is but I love the look of this. Does it involve actual stitching or is that faux stitching? What a great way to use a digi image.

Bekah said...

adorable! what is an ornie?

Cindi said...

haha, yes a stitchery is actual sewing, using embroidery floss and a needle. and an ornie is just a short term for the word ornament.