Apr 16 2009

Stamp Simply #83 – Thread it Through!

Keyword ssnotime83 -There is no time limit. You can play this challenge and upload yourproject at Splitcoastand/or your Blog, anytime at all! You (and that means anyone and everyone, blogger or not!)can play as many times as you like!!! The point is to keep it simple, quick and have fun!!! Please link back here.

Thread it Through! Let’s thread something through this week! Fun!!! There are punches that punch holes specifically for the purpose of threading something through, or we can make our own holes with any punch we have. We can thread ribbon or twine through button holes, or we could actually thread a needle and sew. Let your imagination and creativity run wild — just start threading, and have fun!!!

Check out the greatsamples for the Stamp Simply Challenge today on the blogs of these designers:

Please bear with us as we are all uploading and linking on Thursday night.

You can see all Gallery Submissions here.

What wonderful samples!!! Thank you girls!!! Much appreciated!!!

Heres mythreaded creationfor today:

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A simply stamped monogrammed card using Times New Roman Uppercase Font by JustRite. My 1.25″ wide silk ribbon is threaded through holes punched by the Martha Stewart Small Ribbon Threader Punch — it’s a fun one! A couple punches and all your holes are there, perfectly aligned for ribbon threading. Though the holes are small, my 1.25″ wide silk easily fit in them, and I love the look! This silk ribbon is SO soft and SO supple you can do just about anything with — I am totally hooked on it — THE most soft and workable ribbon I have ever used, and super light weight — it has pretty much no weight at all!!! My bottom border is another Martha Stewart Punch — Arched Lattice — SUCH a pretty border!!! Black and white, simply done — not much else to say! But I can’t WAIT to see what all the other girls do for their threaded creations!

Stamps: Times New Roman Uppercase Font by JustRite used on the Harmony Rectangle Stamper

Paper: Black, White

Ink: Versa Fine Onyx Black

Accessories: 1.25″ Silk Ribbon by May Arts from the Stamp Simply Ribbon Store, Martha Stewart Punches – Arched Lattice and Small Ribbon Threader, Petite Oval Nestabilities by Spellbinders, Glue Glider

Shopping:

The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store carries this silk and other May Arts Ribbons.

Joan’s Garden carries the products used by Spellbinders, Martha Stewart and Glue Glider.

Once again, I’d like to thank you all for stopping in today. And if you can, say a little prayer for my Dad. I’m taking him early Friday morning out of town for a Doctors visit. I’m hoping to be home on Saturday. I’m so grateful it’s spring and we at least don’t have winter weather to contend with as we travel. Wishing you all a wonderful weekend ahead!!! Again, thank you so much for stopping in — see you soon!

30 responses so far

30 Responses to “Stamp Simply #83 – Thread it Through!”

  1. Janine says:

    Beautiful Sharon!!!

  2. Dawn (stampinscotsgirl) says:

    Very elegant Sharon!!! Love the black and white! My mother is coming to house/kid sit for us while we go house hunting in VA next week, so I have lots that I NEED to do, lol! I hope I find time to play!

  3. Jenny Gropp says:

    ELEGANT SAMPLE! Loved this challenge!

  4. […] (notimetostamp) has a Stamp Simply Challenge on her blog. This Friday’s challenge is to “Thread It Thru!”, and I’m so happy that I got a chance to play […]

  5. rainy says:

    Sharon I’m keeping your dad in my thoughts and prayers.

    I got to play along in your challenge this week, too. Here is my card:
    http://rainy.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/2009/04/17/a-stamp-simply-challenge-ssnotime83/

  6. Dawn (stampinscotsgirl) says:

    OK, so I couldn’t sleep and had to play! I hope my threaded button counts Sharon! I made a quick CAS card for your challenge. Here is my card: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1315910?cat=7173

  7. Sharon, I’m sending fervent and heartfelt prayers for your sweet Daddy’s doctor visit. I’m serious.

  8. Jerri Kay says:

    A gorgeous card Sharon, I’m in this week, but will be a little late, time got in my way . . . LOL! Prayers are being sent upward for your Dad and for travel mercies.

  9. Carol C says:

    Sharon, Saying prayers for your Dad. Hope all goes well.
    Beautiful card!!
    TFS

  10. What a perfectly simple and and elegant card! You do CAS the absolute BEST, Sharon!!! Fun challenge, too! Here’s mine:

    Flowers of Tomorrow

  11. Bev J. says:

    Love your pretty black and white card-love the ribbon treatment. Martha sure has some neat punches. Sending prayers for you dad.

  12. Pat Adam says:

    I’m a big fan of black and white and your card is lovely. I also love Martha’s punches… added a special finish to the already pretty card. Pat
    http://rubbermaid.blogspot.com/

  13. Lynette says:

    Beautiful card, and a fun challenge. I hope to get a chance to play. Best of luck to your dad and safe travels. I will be doing that next Friday.

  14. Pat (mspfd) says:

    Gorgeous! I sure hope to play!

  15. Cindy H. says:

    What a beautiful card, Sharon!!

  16. Your card is beautiful Sharon!! I love your method of threading!! I’m so glad I had some time this morning before leaving for the hospital to play along with your challenge. I always find great inspiration from you & “the girls”. Here is mine: http://darscraftycreations.blogspot.com/2009/04/stamp-simply-83.html

    I’ll keep your Dad in my prayers … hope all goes well at the doctor’s appt. Please keep me posted. DH is doing pretty good so far today. Have a safe trip … hope the sun shines for you!!

  17. Connie says:

    Such a beautiful card, Sharon! The black and white are so striking!

    i had some time to play this morning: http://cmc2stamp.blogspot.com/2009/04/i-made-this-card-for-ssnotime83-where.html

    Thanks for the great challenge!!

  18. Kris Turner says:

    Hi, Sharon: Love the card – so simply elegant. Prayers going up for you and your dad on the weekend for safe travels and God’s presence. Kris, Wadsworth, OH

  19. Sharon, gorgeous card as always and my friend I will certainly say a prayer for your Dad!!!! Just keep your faith!
    I know I missed the last few challenges, but today I was able to squeeze it in. Here is my “Wait for the LORD”

    http://sjbutterflydreams.blogspot.com/2009/04/tgif-are-you.html

    Hugs, Sabrina

  20. Juliana says:

    Of course I will keep your dad in my prayers. I sure hope all went well.

    Here are my cards, http://stampinwinkyfingers.blogspot.com/2009/04/strawberries-flowers-and-ribbon.html

  21. So crisp and classy Miss Sharon! I’ve been thinking about you all day and saying prayers along the way. I hope all went well on your trip! BIG HUGS!

  22. leslierich says:

    Sharon, I love the look of the black and white with the laced ribbon and lattice border. Perfect design for a monogram card. Gosh, I hope your Dad is okay…

  23. Dee Jackson says:

    Very elegant Sharon! This was a fun challenge. Have a great weekend

  24. cards4u says:

    Hope things went well for you and your Dad. Praying God will give you His grace, strength, and love as you care for your Dad. Thanks for the challenge and sharing your gifts with us! Here is my card:

    http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1317704?cat=500&ppuser=74657

    Hope you have a restful Sunday!

  25. Angela says:

    Hey Sharon, I hope things are okay with your dad. I will keep him in my prayers.

    I finally had a chance to play in your challenge. The photo is a bit dark but I think it came out nice.
    http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1318224?cat=500&ppuser=148742

    Thanks for having these challenges. I might start getting caught up on my scrapbooking if I keep doing these.

    Have a nice day,
    Angela

  26. cards4u says:

    Here is another card with some threading both hand and manufactured : )
    Thanks for Taking a Look!

    http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1319450

  27. Juanita in Ohio says:

    I LOVE the elegance of black and white and the threading you did takes it up another notch. TFS.

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