Friday, November 15, 2013

Top Dog Dies - Sewing Wreath

Happy Friday to you!!!  I am bringing you another view of the Top Dog Dies Madison Doily and the Top Dog Dies Sew Much Fun Die Set today inspired by SCS WT453 challenge to create a card with a wreath!

I die cut the Madison Doily in green, then cut the center out to form my wreath!  I stamped the sentiment from Mark's Finest Papers - "You are an Angel" in the center of the wreath and the fun of decorating began!  

Papers for all the sewing accessories were first glued to cereal box card board then die cut
to give them a chipboard look!  All of the accessories except for the buttons were cut from gold metallic paper.

The scissors are SO COOL, when using a brad to "hinge" the scissors they will open and close!  

Don't you just love that thimble?!! 

To check out these dies and many other fabulous dies you can visit Top Dog Dies Here

Thanks for looking and enjoy the day, it's FRIDAY!  


  1. Oh my goodness, Angie, this is a beautiful card and most creative wreath. I LOVE those cool scissors that open and close. Darling checked buttons and just so many adorable things here. I LOVE it!!!

  2. Your creations with these dies are just wonderful. My Nan who taught me sewing used to have a little pair of brass coloured scissors like that - but her screw in the scissors was not as fancy and they were well worn!

  3. What a fun card Angie! Love the sewing theme wreath!

  4. So pretty, I love the needle and the thread.

  5. Now this is GREAT fun, Angie!!! So very clever to make your own wreath using a doiley die - I would never have thought of that myself, but thanks for the idea - I'll definitely use it at some stage!!! All the sewing embellishments are sooooo cute - love the scissors with the brad!!
    Any lady who loves sewing as much as I do, will LOVE this card!! Great work!!


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