Monday, July 22, 2013

Silhouette Challenges CH#3 "Faux Stitching"

for another Challenge over at

A blog dedicated to the Silhouette Cutting Machines.
You MUST use a Silhouette somehow in your project.

Ch# 3 Faux Stitching
Begins: Monday, July 1
Ends: Wednesday, July 31

Sponsors this month are:
Prize: GC
Digi Pack (Winner's Choice)

This week the challenge over at Silhouette Challenges is to use faux stitching. I decided to make the Ornate flower card designed by Lori Whitlock...using my awesome Cameo!! Love how it turned out. And can never have enough sympathy cards on hand, just in case. So click HERE and check out the other DT members projects and maybe play along!!


  1. Crate Paper-Pretty Party 6" Paper pad
  2. SU button
  3. Recollections kraft card stock
  4. Hero Arts-Sympathy stamp set
  5. Versafine-Black onyx ink
  6. Signo white gel pen
  7. CTMH-brown bag ink
  8. MME-enamel dots and Soar twine
  9. Card kit Ornate Flower kit-designed by Lori Whitlock-#9182


Sue from Oregon said...

This is a gorgeous sympathy card!!!

Tanya/Nonna said...

What a beautiful card! Such a pretty shape and your papers are just lovely. Love the sweet flower and sentiment ♥

Jayne said...

Very pretty Lee-Ann.
Jayne x

jessica said...

What a gorgeous card! LOVE the shape and beautiful papers!!!
Awesome job :)

Nana said...

Beautiful card. Great papers and fabulous design. Thanks for being a part of the DT.
Have a creative day.
Hugs Nana
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Lisa said...

Oh wow, this is gorgeous!! The papers are so beautiful and so is the awesome flower!! The shape is fabulous!!

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Jaren said...

This is such a beautiful card! I love that shape and the oval! Gorgeous!

Kate said...

Gorgeous Card. Love it.

V Perkins said...

This is a very pretty card. Thanks for sharing.

L.B. said...

So lovely.

Creative M said...

Very Beautiful!!!
Have a wonderful day,
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June Houck said...

This is so pretty, LeeAnn!