Patchwork Paper

So I go to have this invite printed which is still witchcraft to me something I'm not getting.  I design in photoshop and whenever I send it to print there's a me if you can ?? So to reduce to 4 x 6 they tell me I'll have white space and I say oh no!!!  But being the tinkerer I am I said ok I'll work on that.  So back into photoshop I go and like any good patch worker would do I added another design to the top of the card and it looked a bit dumb so I said wouldn't it be cool if I could put stitches along the line where the designs meet it could look so cool!  So I google Digital stitches and after rummaging around I found this link ! Katie Pertiet designed this and I can't thank her enough sooooo fun !!  I could do great things with these fun elements..anyway it's a great site get a cup of coffee and look around!!



22 Responses to “Patchwork Paper”

  1. Oh, so wonderful! Thank you for the link. You had me at “patchwork,” but then I saw the stitches…. Nice!

  2. Allie says:

    WOW. That is very cool looking!

  3. Terriaw says:

    Wow, I love how that stitching looks on your gorgeous invitation! I wish I knew how to do that. Very impressive!

  4. paige says:

    i always love a good dose of my sisboom!!

  5. Firefly Hill says:

    Jennifer….I love those stitches!!

  6. annalea says:

    totally works. great tinkering 🙂

  7. Jodi says:

    Katie does some good digital stuff doesn’t she. Looks good! ;o)

  8. Marissa says:

    Great find! Come stop by my blog for a peek of what I’ve been up too.

  9. Thanks for letting me know. I think I found the error.
    Testing 1-2-3 🙂

  10. Love it!
    I’m still so computer-challenged!! I’m sad you had a hard time…
    Looks like things worked out!
    The stitches look ” tre-fabu”…

  11. love it, waiting for the fabric! Am I irritating? I’m sorry, really don’t mean to be!! 🙂

  12. Jenny from San Antonio,Tx says:

    You are so stinkin’ resourceful and creative! This will probably stick with me for months and I will have an “Aha, I know what I can do with that idea!” What a beautiful solution!

  13. Rosy Lady says:

    That is so cool! Thanks for the link! There are so many options to use this on. Love the invitation by the way.

  14. That is the perfect addition to your flier. Thanks for passing the info along. I could see myself spending a lot of $ over there if I got it all figured out.

  15. erika says:

    I like the stitches and thank you for the link. I think it came together well.

  16. Kim D. says:

    Beautiful, the stitching looks great on your invitation. That’s a fun site. Thanks for adding me to your blogroll, I’m so honored.

  17. Sherrill says:

    THAT is an ADORABLE invite! GOOD WORK!

  18. Nancy Geaney says:

    Uh oh. You won’t need me anymore…

  19. Laura Phelps says:

    LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!! WIsh I could come..maybe I will…how great would that be???

  20. This is so cool! I love the two designs with the stitching. It reminds me of pretty curtains or something:)
    I wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving me such a sweet comment! I was so excited to hear from you! I love your blog and your fabric is absolutely divine! I’m new to the blog world, but I don’t know how I ever lived without it. There’s just so many ideas and so many wonderful people like you:)

  21. Cindy says:

    Don’t you just love technology? When it works anyway, right? I love how you put the two patterns together. I’m still a little shy at putting together 2 seemingly unmatching designs.

  22. cathyb says:

    Jennifer – I do love the stitching but I want to know where the print came from – is this one of your fabrics – I want that!!

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