Sunday, April 2, 2017

Sew Cute! ScraPerfect Made This Project Fast and Easy!

Hi everyone, Kim L. here today to share a trio of sewing themed projects that I created.  These projects were done thanks to a wonderful collaboration between the ScraPerfect family of products and Lawn Fawn.
I really enjoyed using the Sewn With Love dies and matching stamps in coordination with the plaid card stock and colorful twine.  What enabled me to make these projects in a flash was the Best Glue Ever, it is the ONLY adhesive that I fabulous is that!  I also used my Silhouette machine for these, here are my sew cute projects:

As you can see, I was able to only use the Best Glue Ever to glue cardstock, paper doilies, buttons, cotton trim, and twine.  For the heavier items like the buttons and twine, I made a glue dot and waited until it became tacky to put it on the paper.  On cardstock, I only had to use tiny dots of adhesive, less was more.
I also placed the buttons using Embellie Gellie, the best pick up tool around.  This helped avoid me using sticky fingers on my buttons and ensures perfect placement every time. For clean up, I sprayed some of the Best Cleaner Ever on the Perfect Cleaning Cloth and cleaned the stamps I used.  I also squirted a small amount on my hands to remove the excess glue and ink...this stuff cleans anything!
 Here is a closer look at each item:

This card and little purses would make a great gift for the seamstress in your life, complete with mini sewing kit, pins, and tape measure.  Thanks so much for stopping by for a peek at my Sew Cute projects, please leave a comment.  Be sure to check out ScraPerfect for information on all the products, blog, videos, and more.  To see more of my work, please check out my blog, Vintage Rose Creations By Kim.

Until Next Time,

Kim L.


Tracy F. said...

Such cute projects!

Penny said...

What a cute gift to give to someone who sews! I love it.

Kim Lippincott said...

Thank you~

Kim Lippincott said...

Thanks Penny!

LisaM said...

Such a cute set of projects!

Kim Lippincott said...

Thanks Lisa!