Friday, April 12, 2013

indissoluble: adjective

incapable of being dissolved or disintegrated; especially: incapable of being annulled, undone, or broken : permanent
 A close up of the Paisley press ons, since I only had one product, I thought I'd try an be imaginative with my usage of it. So I did a border highlighted with french knots and leaves outlined in floss.

I can get lost in the backgrounds created from inks and sprays, they truly have become one of my favorite things to create. I also get thrilled that I can run these little beauties through the printer for any sentiment I want...
and yes I am a font collector but lately I cannot get enough of Traveling Typewriter.

Ranger - Dylusion sprays
Prima - flower
Traveling Typewriter - font



Francesca said...

Thats a great piece of art, mixing papercraft with your embroidery. Thats what I'm hoping to do with my metal pieces. Hugs Francesca, from a wet but alittle warmer uk.

Alison Scott said...

Beautiful card. That background is wonderful.
When I try the colours always seem to go muddy? How do yours stay so clear?
Have a great weekend.

Craftychris said...

this is stunning! I adore the background, its gorgeous! Sorry I have not been around much lately xx

Mary Pat Siehl said...

love t his- the colors are just so pretty!

Jean said...

This is gorgeous!! Love the background and wonderful flower. That font is perfect!

You ok?

~ Jo ~ said...

This is truly a beautiful project. I love the sprayed background, so vibrant and colorful and that flower and the leaves are gorgeous!


Winnie said...

So pretty! Love your background and I had to look up what a press on was as I haven't seen them before. So cool. I love to use my computer for sentiments too. The font you are using looks great. Happy weekend!

Pam said...

Very pretty Sandee, love the stitching!

Pat K said...

Oh Sandee...I love this card. So very pretty and the stitching is wonderful. Thank you so much for joining us at Fab'n'Funky this week. Pat K x

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Sandee,

Great card! I'm so glad you told us what the font is -- I would get stuck on it too!!!!

Snow is melting and the sun is supposed to shine this weekend! Yay.


MaryH said...

Great artwork on this one too. I just tried the Dylusions yes'dy, and not very adept with 'em. Also tried gelatos, liked those better. Practice, practice. You have a sure hand with your efforts, though, and the colors are so pretty and blended. The embroidery was just more beautiful added dimension. Marvelous card. TFS

Angelique said...

Great card. Wonderfull colours and stunning background.
Thank you for joining us at Fab'n'Funky.


Ginny said...

fabulous, thanks for joining us at FnF :)