Of course you recognize Tilda and the sentiment, right? Those are stamps you received when you ordered the Magnolia Fall kit. Remember now you can pre-order the Magnolia winter kit. You will not be disappointed. I combined Tilda with the gorgeous pumpkin/sunflower stamps Helene from Alota sent me. Love this stamp. I purposely did not add any frilly embellishments or flowers because i wanted to sent this card to a male and just added the hemp string i received from my friend Carole to give it a a hint of rustic feel. All the layers of the CS are sponged with Close to Cocoa. Sweing was a bit more time consuming because i wanted to have the same distance on each layer. I don't know what treads you use on your cards but i love the "Guetermann" threads that are very shiny and usually used for embroidery only. Now i always had the problem that those treads break easily. I went to my fabric store and asked for advice. The lady there was wonderful. She told me that usually she would recommend only Polyester threads for sewing on cardstock but i could try a needle with the marking "red". Oh my.. it looks so much better.. first the treads do not break as often and the holes are so much smaller.
Stamps: Pumpkin/Sunflower by Alota Rubberstamps, Tilda and Sentiment by Magnolia
DP: Fancy Pants (floral) and K&Company, Summer Sun, Really Rust