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Product Review: Amy Tangerine Embroidery Stencil Kit

I made this card using the new Amy Tangerine Yes, Please line. (except for the background paper, which is an old scrap I found.) I wanted to show you how I used and liked the new Embroidery Stencils!

Supplies: Scrapbook Layout or Card to embroider on. (Or you could use these for fabric!!) Amy Tangerine Embroidery Stencil Kit. The kit comes with both a needle and thread, but you could always purchase different colors of embroidery thread.
How to use it:

1. Place your project on top of the orange mat included in your kit.
2. Place whichever design you would like on top of your project, wherever you want it. I chose the feather.
3. Punch through the holes in the stencil into your project. Go all the way through your paper.
4. You should end up with a bunch of holes, like this:
5. Using the lines on the design as a general guide to where your stitches should go, embroider your designs.
I think these stencils are perfect for adding small bits of embroidery on your projects! If you've never picked up a needle and thread before, you'll need to find some instructions for basic embroidery online, because there aren't much in the way of instructions included in the kit.

I love the designs that are included, I can't wait to use the camera. There is another stencil with just letters!
Over all I think these are great! and that's pretty good, since it's coming from someone who is not too fond of hand stitching.

This is my own opinion. This post is not sponsored by Amy Tangerine or American Crafts, I just wanted to try out these new products!
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  1. Oh I'm drooling? Just how I imagined these working. Perfect! Can't wait to get some of my own!!!

  2. Wow, that looks great! And it looks so easy! And I love the Be Playful paper, I'd pin that up next to my desk just as it is.


  3. so does this involve a lot of back stitching? Cause how else are the stitches so close together? I mean if you go up and down, they would be further apart. Please enlighten.
    thank you.

    1. Yeah, it does involve back stitching!


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