Beaded snowflake – forum gallery stitching card of the week

Wednesday 3 December 2008

Cards featured here must have been posted in either the Stitching Cards forum gallery or the Forum-A-Lines forum gallery. The card should be based on a Stitching Cards pattern or a Form-A-Lines pattern.

beaded snowflake

This weeks card is “Beaded snowflake” made by CapricornK.

It was made using a pattern from the Stitching Cards Bead Snowflake pattern. This beautiful Christmas card uses silver bugle beads and pearl seed beads stitched with silver thread on a blue background. This is mounted on gold card to form a border and then on a white card with gold snowflakes.

It was posted in the Form-A-Lines forum gallery.

Would you like to enter your card as contender for Forum gallery stitching card of the week? All you have to do is post it in either Stitching Cards forum gallery or the Forum-A-Lines forum gallery. Forum membership is required to post pictures. Go to the forum and click the Join link to join.

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6 thoughts on “Beaded snowflake – forum gallery stitching card of the week

  1. jenny

    just wanted to say David thank you for the lovely free downloads and to wish you a merry christmas and a happy and peaceful new year

  2. Marian Neate

    I have also done the snowflake for a special christmas card for my sister. I was very pleased with the result.
    I have downloaded lots of your value packs and will continue to do the rest next year.
    Have a happy Xmas and New year.
    Regards, Marian

  3. Helen Albert

    Thank you for all the beautiful free patterns. I wonder where I can buy clear cellophane envelope to protect the cards from too much handling by well-meaning people.

    I am retired and recently widowed. Stitch a card has kept me healthy.

    Happy Holidays.

  4. jenny

    hi helen,

    your local craft shop should sell cellophane envelopes. or if you are lucky like me a local aladins cave sells them.

    hope this helps

    merry christmas

  5. n johnson

    I like your patterns, but find receiving them on cp is not good. I do not have color on printer, therefore I do not get much of the information and expecially do not know where I got the pattern as you have that information in light blue.

  6. DJ Post author

    Thank you for the useful feedback, N Johnson.

    The free patterns on this web site do not have any colour pictures so you are not missing anything by printing them on a mono printer. The patterns on the Stitching Cards web site have thread colour information in the written instructions.

    The blue wording on the PDF file is a link to our web site. If you click on the link it should open the web site in your web browser. I suggest you save the pattern files to your computer and then you will have a ready reference. Or add this web site to your favourites.

    Best wishes,
    David.
    Admin.

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