This card is the unexpected when it comes to the Suit and Tie Dies. It was such a fun card to make. The technique is a bit time consuming, but I think the end result is worth it.
Instead of using the neckline die at the top of the card, I used it at the bottom and made the outline of a pair of jeans! All the card stock is Seaside Spray which was sponged with Misty Moonlight and then run through the Big Shot using the Subtle Embossing Folder. I tried to incorporate as many details as I could to make this look like as much like a pair of jeans as possible.
Using one of the dies in the die set, I die cut three stitched images to make the belt loops. I also used the long stitched die to make the detail at the bottom of the waistband.
The pocket was die cut using the pocket die and popped up using some mini stampin’ dimensional. I die cut the hankie from the die set in Basic White.
The outer edge of the jeans also have a strip of the long stitched die. I even made a smaller strip to give the hem an authentic stitched look.
Well, since I was going all in with details, I had to include the seam that runs from the center belt loop to the . . . well, downward.
I think my favorite part of the details is the stitching along the sides!
To see how the technique was done and for more specifics about trimming the stitched pieces, click on the video below. NOTE: if the video does not appear, you can see it by clicking HERE.
If you have any questions about this project or any of the products used, please let me know. I hope you give this a try!
Thick Basic White: 4 1/4 x 11, scored at 5 1/2
Seaside Spray: 4 1/4 x 5 1/2