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19 February 2010

Stitchy pictures

I know I have been promising these for a while. I finally figured out how to get photos from the good camera uploaded.

My finished Debbie Draper Designs Tudor Valentine. Stitched on perforated paper with DMC Variations. I have to finetune and figure out how I want to finish this out. Stitched for the Brides' Tree SAL.


My WIP of Sheepish Designs' Betsy. Complete with a headless Betsy, a bodyless sheep and a splinched (I think that is how they say it in Harry Potter,LOL) squirrel.



I also wanted to share this beautiful gift I got in an exchange in 2008. In the move, it got misplaced, but I found it. It was made for me by Samantha and was for an exchange on the Sanman board. I think I will save it so that, if we're lucky enough to have children, I can use it as a journal to document their Halloweens. I can see it with pictures pasted inside and a bit of a journal entry each year. That is something I would have loved to have had, and this is too much of a treasure to use it otherwise.

7 comments:

Pumpkin said...

You're stitching some great projects :o)

That's a really good idea about the Halloween journal.

April Mechelle said...

Your projects are great !! Headless and all. lol I have been wanting to try stitching on the paper. JCS magazine had a Valentine to make I was looking at to stitch.

Elaine said...

Your valentine piece is really pretty Rachel and those sheep are adorable, off to check out Sheepish Designs now..

Carol said...

Love the headless Betsy, Rachel--too funny! I love the idea of documenting future kids' Halloweens :)

Kathy A. said...

Love your stitchy projects. All those headless ones made me laugh.

Lizy said...

Hi Rachel,
what pretty finishes and what a pretty gift.

Siobhan said...

Great stitching pics! I love that Halloween journal--what a neat idea!

I do my thing and you do yours. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and I am I, and if by chance we find each other, then it is beautiful. If not, it can’t be helped--Frederick Perls