This stunning card is called Circles and chain stitch and was made by Katharine. Katharine said: “There is lots of circle cutting here. I have not done chain stitch on card before, slightly fiddly but I like it”. Cards featured here must have been posted in the Forum-A-Lines forum gallery. Would you like to enter … Read more
This gorgeous card is called Birthday Flowers and was made by Christa. Christa said: “This easel card was made for my mum’s birthday. The top-right corner is a Marianne design die”. Here is the link to a video tutorial: Easel Card Cards featured here must have been posted in the Forum-A-Lines forum gallery. Would you … Read more
This dazzling card is called Elegant lady and was made by Pipa. Pipa said: “This is an easel card. I added glitter to lady and around her to suggest stars in the night sky. I mounted the lady on gold mirror board and made two red glitter panels for front and back. I added feather … Read more
Two new sets of patterns have been added to the Form-A-Lines stitching cards range. They are available as downloads or as printed booklets. The Quilt Block Flowers set was inspired by quilt block designs with the words Happy Birthday, With Love, Thinking of You plus a bonus greeting Thank You. The Leisure set features a … Read more
Six new stitching card patterns have been added to the Stitching Cards website. The prick and stitch designs feature a donkey, a foal, a mouse/hamster, a kitten, a Labrador puppy and a bunny in a basket. They make great birthday cards for animal lovers. They can also be used for congratulations, thank you and other messages. The bunny in a basket design would make a great Easter card.
The patterns are available individually and in a value pack of all six designs. The pattern size is 152 mm x 104 mm (6 x 4½ inches).
The Value Pack can be found on the following web page:
The individual animal patterns are in the animals and birds section at: www.stitchingcards.com/section.php/2/1/
This impressive card is called To my friend and was made by Lilyf. Lilyf said: “I used Hero Arts stamps. I made my own background with one of the stamps and distressed it with ink.” Cards featured here must have been posted in the Forum-A-Lines forum gallery. Would you like to enter your card as … Read more
This attractive card is called Victoriana and was made by Maree. Maree said: “I used the frame embossing folder on brown card, then rubbed it over with a metalic rub on. I got this idea to ‘antique’ it when the little picture fell out of a file. As it was just a zerox copy I … Read more
This beautiful card is called Oriental Butterfly and was made by Janny. Janny said: “I made this for a lady who likes oriental and tea bag folding, so I combined the two.” Cards featured here must have been posted in the Forum-A-Lines forum gallery. Would you like to enter your card as contender for “Form-A-Lines … Read more
A stitched greeting adds a special touch to your stitched greetings card. There is a free pattern featuring some of the more popular words in the Form-A-Lines free patterns section of this website. To add your greeting print the pattern, cut out the words you want and position them on your card blank. Place the card … Read more
My altered book has a niche for keepsakes. I’ve used mine to display this altered spoon (I feel a fad coming on!)