A Sweet Suite: Needlepoint Nook

IMG_3726This is another one of my favorite retiring bundles, the Needle & Thread stamp set and Needlepoint Elements Framelits (#150626).  I love all the stitching related images and the framelits have some beautiful stitched elements, also.

IMG_3733 The Suite of products includes the Needlepoint Nook Designer Series Paper (#148807), Old Olive Linen Thread (#148811), and Needlepoint Nook Mini Buttons (#148810) too! This card shows a couple of those items, as well.


This card was inspired by a lovely card by Jo Blackman (see her card by clicking on her name). I added a Night of Navy card base too. I love all the die cut images added with stampin’ dimensionals to give the card a bunch of texture. The x-stitches on the background are a great added touch too.


I duplicated this card from Chris Smith. I loved the color combination, the arrangement, but mostly the use of the scallop on the lower edge of the card front. LOVE THAT!  That was cut with the Seasonal Layers Thinlits (#143751).

This card has a pretty stitched detail on the inside of the card. I used the framelits to create that stitched scalloped lower edge.


The Tufted Embossing Folder (#146335) is a great addition to this bundle, since it give a quilted look to the card.

This last card is a close copy of Darlene McCallum’s card on Splitcoaststampers. I did add some detail on the inside of the card using the stamps and framelits to up the “wow” factor!

Well, so many great options and ideas for this sweet Suite of Needlepoint Nook! It’s retiring at the end of this month,  so if you don’t want to miss out just click on the catalog image in the right sidebar to order yours today! Have a great day and Happy Stampin’!

About StampinU

I am an independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator in the state of Iowa. I have been in love with card making ever since I got my hands on my first rubber stamp many years ago! I have been a Stampin' Up! demonstrator since 2004, and it is great to be able to share what I love: new stamping products, new stamping techniques, and new stamping creations!
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