We’re heading into a new year. Let’s kick it off right! Stock up on lots of fun, unique cross-stitch patterns and keep yourself busy and out of (too much) trouble in 2015!
You can shop at any one of my Bella Stitchery websites, from eBay to Etsy to ArtFire and enjoy my new promotion:
*Buy any 3 patterns, get 3 more of your choice FREE!
Simply email me with the list of the 3 that you would like as your freebie gifts and I will include all six with your order.
Please feel free to convo me with any questions. Custom patterns are also available upon request.
So, have fun and cross-stitch your little heart out. 2015 will be the year of crafting!
Everything (about this card) is awesome!
I made this for a very special four-year-old’s birthday party this weekend. Like it? Want to make one yourself?
I created the SVG cut file for my Cricut SCAL. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for the free file (WordPress doesn’t let me attach SVG files), if you want to make a card for yourself as well.
For Emmet’s outfit, I chalked the edges with light blue and then added some custom details with a Sharpie and strips of hand-cut gum wrapper. I printed out this image on the side here so that I could cut out the hair, smile and Emmet badge.
I also cut out several .5 inch circles and inked them with green Color Box Cat’s Eye chalk ink, before affixing them to the background with foam pop dots.
Inside, is a custom song, based on the “Everything is Awesome” tune from the Lego Movie:
“Everything is awesome!
Everything is awesome when you’re no longer three.
Everything is awesoooooome
At your birthday party!”
Thanks so much for stopping by, and happy crafting!
Woo! Christmas! I love this season SO much that I’m doing my part to spread the joy by giving away this three-card collection! I have lovingly designed these one-of-a-kind creations with a large die-cut greeting embellishment – complete with hand-cut star and pink rhinestone. I have also added baker’s twine and festive polka dot cardstock along the bottom. The inside is also fully embellished (just like a present!).
Each card is about 5.5 inches square and comes with a white envelope.
In order to qualify for the drawing, simply:
* Leave a comment here telling me all about your favorite Christmas tradition (and please be sure to leave me your email address as well, so I can contact you when you win).
* Share this contest link with your friends on Twitter or Facebook.
I’ll announce the winner on Friday, so you’ll have these puppies in plenty of time to mail them to your closest loved ones.
Thanks so much, and happy contesting!
One of my favorite things about creating cross-stitch patterns is the endless possibility for design.
With simple needle and thread, anyone can create a masterpiece – even one worthy of scientific recognition!
I have designed these special pieces due to popular request from the stitching community. I love the life-like results and they have appealed to such a range of crafter, from students to doctors.
This last one is my newest addition. I just posted the brain pattern last night. Hope you enjoy my creations – happy stitching!
The holidays are here once again, and it’s a great time to cozy in with the family, enjoy a little time off of school and work, and get busy cross-stitchin’! With all the classic holiday movies about to start up on television, what better way to relive those old favorites than with a Thanksgiving themed cross-stitch pattern?
Here are some that I have made. They can all be found under the holiday section of my Bella Stitchery Design shop on Etsy.
Do you have a favorite image or photo that you would like to make into a cross-stitch project? Please feel free to contact me for custom patterns – I would be delighted to design a special project for you!
We went a little batty this Halloween.
Halloween 2014 – good times! Just finished this year’s layouts for my scrapbook and wanted to share.
The layout above was made using cardstock from the Authentique Spirited paper line. I love the fun double-sided cardstock and notecard embellishments.
It also worked nicely with the My Mind’s Eye Frightful collection that I used for the double layout below.
Happy Halloween from the Boo Crew!
The toughest part of this layout was deciding which side of the cardstock to use – both sides were super cute!
My Cricut Happy Hauntings cartridge allowed me to make this spoooooooooky title.
I found the inspiration for my double-page layout from this Creating Keepsakes sketch from 2011.
For tips on how to best photograph your scrapbook layouts, be sure to check out my how-to post here.
Thanks for stopping by and helping me celebrate! It was all treats this year – no tricks! 🙂