Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Yarn Painted Card Redux


Many moons ago, I wove bits of yarn into a mesh vegetable bag and created a scenic yarn painted greeting card for a sweet loved one 'o mine. Since I needed a pretty card recently and have no shortage of yarn scraps (or, for that matter, mesh veggie bags ), I thought: "Why not try that again?" This version is simpler in design, and personalized with a blanket-stitched felt monogram. A nifty possibility in a sea of endless ones.


Find the original yarn painted greeting card tutorial HERE.

Have a lovely day!

♥M

18 comments:

  1. It turned out nicely Michele. Great idea!

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  2. Encore une création que j'aime beaucoup, bravo !!!
    J'organise un petit jeu sur mon blog, vous êtes la bienvenue.
    Nadia

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  3. It's simply lovely. well done Michele.
    xoxo

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  4. The texture is awesome. What a fun card to receive!

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  5. A beautiful use of recyclables!

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  6. Gorgeous - very comfortable...

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  7. Love this idea!!!
    xxxx Alessandra

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  8. I am always blown away by your creativity...you are amazing!

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  9. Hey, I remember that yarn painted card vividly! It was the first post I ever read on your blog :) Van Gogh-esque.

    This one looks totally different! I like the earthy stripes, very retro looking.

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  10. Oh, how chic and masculine! I do so love it!

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  11. Lordy, that's pretty! I remember the original tutorial well. But this is so tailored, and that blanket stitch on the monogram is a perfect little detail.

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  12. Well I DON'T remember the original tutorial because you wrote it before i "met" you! MUST take time to explore your past secrets!

    Brilliant! As much as I enjoy weaving in unconventional ways, you KNOW I will be giving this a try!

    Thank you two years late for the tutorial!

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