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Cherish DIY Embroidery Hoop

600WM CherishDIYEmbroideryHoop MargieHiguchi FCDMC SEPT14

Hi everyone! Margie Higuchi here with my last post for Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® Guest Design Team - Summer 2014! Just want to take this opportunity to express my appreciation to Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® (shout out to sweet Naoko Ohno!!) for letting me play with their products on their stage - THANK YOU!! What an honor and privilege to be working with my amazing and talented team members during this term! LOVE you guys!

OK...now let's get to some FUN~!! I am using an embroidery hoop to create this sweet and simple home decor piece. With a combination of textual accents and Design Memory Craft® Gelatos® colors, you can re-create to your own design!

First I covered the 7" embroidery hoop with Textural Accents Gesso and used it as a color instead of a primer. I gave it two coats with dry time in between - make sure you cover all sides.

1 Gesso

Next I cut and embossed LF-114 Grand Circles die #7 (the smallest size is die #1) with desired patterned paper and watercolor paper using my Spellbinders® Grand Calibur® machine. The watercolor paper is for support as I will be adding layers, misting and stenciling with Textural Accents Whipped Spackle. Adhere both papers together.

2 DieCuts

Using my stencil, I used Whipped Spackle medium to create a subtle textured background on the right side of the circle. I love this medium because it's light and dries FAST!

3 Stencil

I used the Gelatos® Mist Maker Set to create my color mist. Scrap some color Design Memory Craft® Gelatos® Double Scoop® Metallic Mint on wax paper, using the dropper full of water make a watery paste. Transfer to the mister and add more water to create your mist. Test first and then use.

4 5 6 Collage for Mist

In my case, I misted and then wiped off the color on my stenciled background. Then repeated the step again. This made the pattern stand out a little more.

7 MistBG

I used a Cherish chipboard word as my title so I covered with Gesso, colored with Design Memory Craft® Gelatos® Double Scoop® Metallic Green and covered with Textural Accents Glass Bead Glitter Gel with my fingers.

8 Gesso CB

9 GlassBeadGlitter CD

For the flowers and leaves, I cut and embossed S4-351 Spiral Blossom One , S5-050 Rose Creations and S5-066 Shadow Flowers (retired) with patterned papers. Then stenciled through each die using Design Memory Craft® Lime Gelato®. Some I blended the color with water or just used my fingers.

10 StencilThruDie

11 StencilThruDie2

For the rolled flowers, I wanted to give them extra special sparkle so I added Glass Bead Glitter Gel.

12 GlassBeadGlitterFlowers

My little bicycle embellishment was just too dark so I painted it with Gesso to give it a fresh look.

13 Gesso Bike

Assemble all flowers, leaves, other die cuts and embellies as pictured in the finished project below. Tie a bow on top to display!

600WM CherishDIYEmbroideryHoop MargieHiguchi FCDMC SEPT14

Project Supplies:
Faber-Castell® Design Memory Craft® - Textural Accents (Gesso, Glass Bead Glitter Gel and Whipped Spackle), Tools (Gelatos® Mist Maker Set) and Design Memory Craft® Gelatos® (Double Scoop® Metallic Mint and Lime)

Spellbinders® Creative Arts - S2-108 Gate Element,  S4-351 Spiral Blossom One, S4-371 Les Papillions, S5-050 Rose Creations, S5-066 Shadow Flowers (retired), LF-114 Grand Circles and Grand Calibur Die Cutting and Embossing Machine; Patterned Papers - Webster's Pages (Our Travels and Party Time! Collection); Stencil - Teresa Collins Design (Basically Essentials 8 x 10 Stencil Pack #2); Pearls, Chipboard Word and Bicyle Embellishment - Want2Scrap©; Embroidery Hoop - Darice; Adhesives - ScraPerfect (Best Glue Ever); Other: Watercolor Paper

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If you are interested in being part of their Guest Design Team, here's your chance! I loved my term and Faber-Castell® Design Memory Craft® is a wonderful company to play with! For details, visit Guest Design Team Call post and Good Luck!

I hope you enjoyed this project! Thank YOU for your kind comments and support - it means the world to us!!

Till we meet again!
MargieH (Margie Higuchi)

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Barb Housner

this is so fun - I think I have some hoops still from the sewing phase of my life thanks for sharing

Barb

Lisa - papergrace

I love everything about this, Margie. What an amazing piece you have created. My eyes are looking at all the beautiful little things you've tucked into it. It's just amazing. ♥

Tiffany Johnson

This is gorgeous! Love all the layers and dimension!

Dana

Margie, I've seen lots of embroidery hoop crafts but yours is the best hands down. Your choice of papers and colors work so well together. I love how you used the Glass Bead Glitter Gel on your flowers. It's beautiful! Thank you for sharing. I've enjoyed seeing your posts and you will be missed.

Susanne

Margie! I love you creation. The colors you've used are working so well together. Thanks for sharing!!!

Carol Mc

Such a fun and lovely project. The colors are gorgeous.
Thank you for the inspiration.

Christine Kosmak

This is just stunning!!!! Makes me want to make some of my own. Only problem is time to do them. They would also make great pressies for family and friends.!!! Thank you for sharing this.

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