Doodle School #2: Faux Stitching

So I thought of a catchier title than “Draw It! Thursdays” – Doodle School! I’ve made the executive decision to change the name – this is only week two after all!

Like I say in the video, drawing a dashed line is a pretty basic way to add hand drawn detail to your papercraft projects. And it’s flat, which makes it great for minimizing bulk and mailing. (though Canada Post is on strike right now…grrrr) I’ve made two Father’s Day cards – watch the video to get the details, and post your faux stitched projects below.

My apologies for the poor lighting (you would not believe how cheap and tiny my little camera is!) and see if you can figure out my big mistake before I do!

Materials Used: Paper, Cosmo Cricket Social Club; Stamps, Waltzing Mouse Half Pint Heroes; Ink, Jenni Bowlin Spice Tin, Stampin’ Up! Craft Whisper White; Sakura Gelly Roll White Gel pen; Zig .05 Pigment Pen in black; EK Success Corner Rounder


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