Monday, July 30, 2012

My Time Made Easy Preview - Grammy's Sewing Kit

I can't believe we are already into the August previews for My Time Made Easy!  Part of the release is a sewing theme.  Lauren has designed this amazing template that resembles a sewing box.  It's called Grammy's Sewing Kit.  Wait until you see what how it opens!

Cool huh?  It cantilevers open to reveal what's inside the bigger part of the sewing box.

Then the top boxes open as well.  I used Always Artichoke as by base an then used this sticky back fabric.  As I write this, I cannot remember who makes it, but I got it at JoAnn's.  I added some roses on the top of each of the boxes.  I used smaller pink brads to attach the boxes to the base and these pretty pink flower brads to attach the handle.  This really is quite simple to put together!

I also made this card using the new Spool of Thread Card cut file.  I cut it out of cream cardstock for the base, more of the sticky back fabric, and kraft cardstock.  The button card is from the new digital stamp set called Grammy's Sewing Kit.  I colored it in GIMP and then sewed on the buttons.  The base is white cardstock, so I distressed it with some Antique Linen ink.

And here is the set. 

You'll be able to see and purchase all the new products on Wednesday, August 1.

We are also welcoming some new designers to our team.  Tina Hale will be on the design team and Chrissie Tobas is designing some of the products for MTME.  Welcome girls!

We have more inspiration from the team.  Stop by these blogs to see for yourself.

Thanks for stopping by!



Creations by Shirl said...

Sew beautiful... This is a knockout!
love it!

Cheryl said...

Wow! What a great box and you have done a lovely job with it! I love pink and green together! I remember my first sewing box (7th grade home ec) was like this!!

melissac said...

Incredible!! I just love all of your work!! Thanks for being so inspiring!! Blessings!

Queen Mary said...

Lisa, you chose beautiful papers to go with this -- I like the vintage-y look with the pops of pink!

Anonymous said...

LOVE this! I love the vintage look :) and that spool just rocks girlie :)

Debbie said...

Such a vintage charmer ... love that fabric you used to decorate your pieces!!!

Anonymous said...

You did an utterly amazing job with your projects. Holy moly, just love that sticky fabric you found!!

Tina said...

OMGoodness, this is so pretty. The card is sooo stinkin adorable. Love, love, love it!

Lori said...

Love those sweet little flowers on your basket and your spool is gorgeous!

diane (cookiestamper) said...

Love the box! Such pretty papers.


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