Category Archives: stitching

April Challenge – Link Party #27

Today I’m sharing a mixed media card that includes several different embellishments and mediums.  There’s plenty of texture and dimension to this spring collage. To create the base for this card I started with a 5.5 x 5.5 inch white … Continue reading

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DIY Cardboard Buttons

Hello fellow crafters! I have another mini tutorial for you today. I’m going to show you how to make cardboard buttons so you’ll never have to worry about not having just the right color to match your project ever again!  … Continue reading

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Pocket Card

Today I’m sharing a lovely little pocket card I created using some of the awesome products found in the CropStop store! DIRECTIONS: Step One: Cut a piece of kraft cardstock into a 4.25 x 9.75 inch strip.  Step Two: Score at … Continue reading

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December Challenge – Linky Party #23

Hello, everyone!  Welcome back to the CropStop Blog for our December Anything Goes Challenge.  We’re SO glad you’re here, and we hope that you have a great time playing along with us this month using some of your favorite CropStop products. … Continue reading

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MFT Rolled Daisy Card

Hi friends!  It’s Karen Letchworth sharing with you today.  This is a card I created using a few of my favorite CropStop goodies.  I took a piece of patterned paper and added a strip of solid card stock that I … Continue reading

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Die-Namics/My Favorite Things Dies

Welcome back, and thanks for stopping by the CropStop Blog once again.  Today, it’s Karen Letchworth here sharing a sweet card I created for you using some more of my favorite CropStop goodies to show you how easy and fun it is … Continue reading

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My Favorite Things Birthday Card

It’s DT Member, Karen Letchworth here today, and I’m sharing a sweet little Birthday Card I made using one of my favorite My Favorite Things/Die-Namics floral dies carried at CropStop.  It makes the cutest flowers ever.  Don’t you just LOVE … Continue reading

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Challenge #27 – Stitching

This week’s challenge is from VickiR and is a stitching challenge. Here is what Vicki says… “I love stitching on my cards and layouts, although I don’t often feel like setting up the sewing machine. So, or should I say, … Continue reading

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