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Monday Highlight: Stitched by Anna

Sorry, this is a day late. The internet over here was so slow last night that I gave up trying to post. But here it is:

I’ve told you before that I really love it when pages look realistic. The more realistic, the better. One cool way to give our pages a little more realism (and add a touch of something extra, too) is to use extra elements such as stitches. Now, I know that there are tons of stitch-packs on the market – I do have some of them myself. But some of my favorite stitches are those by Anna Aspnes. She has a whole lot of stitch packs in her store over at designer digitals, and they come in all kinds of fashion – simply white, black, or colored, multi-stitched (black & white, red & white, etc.), straight lines of stitching, squares, corners, … you name it. All you need to do is check out her store, and you’ll have plenty of choice. Over time, I’ve invested in three of her stitch packs – one black and white multi-stitch, one plain white stitch, and one Curvy Corner Stitched Blocks – stitch pack.

I especially love the messiness she added to her stitches, which makes it a whole lot of fun to work with them. Here are a few examples of what you can do with those stitches:

Black and white stitches from MultiStitched by Anna Black/White No. 1

Using Stitched by Anna White No. 4 ElementSet

Anna has a huge store at Designer Digitals, so, if looking through her entire store is too much trouble for you, simply type “stitches” or something to that extent in the search field of the store, and it’ll bring up a lot of Anna’s products. Check them out, and you might fall for her stitches as much as I did!

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