June 14, 2018

From Rubber Bubbles to rubber balls, I used this fun Queen & Co. embellishment to tell the story of my young daughter’s obsession with balls. I also worked Paper Twine in, which was just right for creating a bouncing path.
To bring on the bounce, I used a die from the Birthday Bash Kit as a curved template and traced lines on the back of my layout. With the lines drawn, I stitched the ball’s bounce using the Paper Twine. It is surprisingly easy to stitch with the Paper Twine, as it easily flattens down to fit through the eye of a needles. Nice!
To create the ball, I recruited some help. My mathematically inclined handy man placed the Rubber Bubbles in place on a punched circle and even went so far as to Dremel some of the pieces in half for a more realistic effect. He’s so cute! 
Do you ever find yourself without large letters for a title? Here’s a quick way to create them. First, draw the letters on patterned paper using a pencil.
Next, stitch along your lines to create definition and texture. Once the stitching is complete, erase any visible pencil lines and trim around the letters for a quick, handmade alpha. 
I hope this idea puts a little bounce in your creative step. Thanks for rolling by. ;)
Cheers!
Megan Hoeppner
QUEEN SUPPLIES USED
OTHER SUPPLIES USED
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics; Glassine Bag: SRM Stickers; Pen: Sakura; Sewing Machine: Brother; Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L; Other: Small shipping tag

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Ruth
Ruth

June 16, 2018

I was at the Portland show, considering attending the seattle show since i live here. Will there be different cards, etc??

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