Happy Tuesday. Are you ready for another Shopping Our Stash challenge? This week we ask you to use stitching on your project. It can be faux stitching or real.
Here's my project:
I had another idea, but it morphed into something completely different. I was going to faux stitch around the edge of the hexagon circle, but instead I decided to pop it up on dimensional adhesive and faux stitch around the outside edge.
The paper for the top layer and the circle were from The Heaplet, as I've packed my other papers. First I die-cut the hexagon circle out of white, then die-cut the solid circle from the patterned paper. I glued them together, then put back only a few of the die-cut parts-is-parts.
When I went looking for my next layer, I had A Moment and realized I could just turn over the piece I'd used to cut the solid circle. That's one less piece of paper in The Heaplet. Whoot! The paper was less than 5 1/4" long, so I trimmed the base to fit.
When I added the banner for the sentiment, I thought it looked weird, so I put some white faux stitching on it to make it look more like it belonged, and not so floaty.
In another Moment, I added some wooden hexagon pieces. I didn't even bother to color them, as I thought they looked nice in their natural veneered state.
Okay, now it's your turn! Go into your stash and make something using real or faux stitching, then come back to Shopping Our Stash and link us up so we can see what you've made!