This embroidery pattern is from a book that is in Dutch, by Leane de Graaf (there's some really cool patterns in this book). I have no clue as to what it says, but I can read a pattern and decipher it. I've enlarged it to 115%. It fit perfectly on the largest Spellbinders large Scalloped circle.
The Marianne Anja die does not come out like this, I cut away the inside parts to get these corner pieces. These are shaped to have some dimension.
All of this is adhered to the pretty silver linen dp from HOTP.
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Tue, Dec 31, 2013 @ 11:07 PM
wow, this is beautiful. LOVE the sewing pattern and those corners, wow! wow! wow!! This is outstanding!
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Wed, Jan 01, 2014 @ 9:47 PM
So you are adding BEADS to your amazing embroidery!!! This card is absolutely exquisite!!! It is just delicious on that pretty silver linen paper. Love the Anja corners cut and formed....just tooooo pretty!
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Sat, Jan 04, 2014 @ 5:33 PM
Oh so very pretty Jennifer! No one does paper embroidery like you!!! How fantastic that you can look at a photo and make into such a gorgeous card!!! It looks like New Years Eve to me! Hope you have a wonderful 2014 too!!!