October 6

What is your name (Name on file with Stampin' Up!)?< /br>Quel est votre nom? (Nom donné à Stampin' Up!)*

Beth Crocker (US-AL)

What state do you live in?


What is your DBWS address (other)?

bethcrocker.stampinup.net, southerninkerbelles.blogspot.com

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  • My Spice Cake placemats are 13X18. You can use the Big Shot Fabric Adhesive roll from SU or a similar product from a fabric store and use the leaves die to cut the leaves. I used a zigzag stitch to sew hemp twine for leaf veins and to sew around the leaves. My backing is natural cotton from a fabric store, cut 2 in. longer and wider. Pin the top fabric to the backing leaving a 1 in. border. Fold backing fabric over 1/2 in. twice. I mitred the corners of the border, then sewed through all thicknesses with a zigzag. I found a tutorial for sewing mitred corners on a napkin, which will work for the placemat too. http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/draft-weekend-project-sew-table-...
  • Thanks Beth. Sounds easy enough, here I thought there was some secret behind it all :o)
  • I guess I am looking for more instructions on the actual card. How you adhered the dsp to the clear sheets and when you scored the card does it stay folded then? Thanks for any help.
  • Hi Beth, Yes it was the valentine one...with the cute envelope...I have never made a clear card and just wondering how to do it...thanks
  • LOVE the calendar ! Terrific job....I will be putting it on my list :) THANKS for the share !!
  • Hi Beth! Your calendar is super cute...I do a calendar class with my customers each year and I like the style of your calendar, can you tell me where you got it? Thanks so much! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex
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