"Husband" was cut from some scrapbook papers and a couple of recycled buttons from my button tin and some sticky back ribbon I've had for years. A selection of ribbons and string was added through the hole before I glued the front to the back of the card. I'd also kept a spare calendar which I distressed a placed onto my card.
Now I've been asked how I do my fake stitching a few times, sometimes I just pen them on but other times I like to use the tool below. It's a dressmakers pattern making tool,I've had it for years but I'm sure you can still get them. I just place my card onto some foam and using a ruler I press firmly and roll it along. Sometimes the tool will pierce the paper but other times it just marks it enough so that when I use my pen it dots ink into the dip.It also makes it easy to space the holes if you want to go back and use a needle to pierce through. Hope this makes sense
I'm using my card for the following challenges:-
AIS40,2 more ribbons,
CCEE1145, 3 different shapes,
TTT,Inside counts,(you can just see I've decorated mine with a heart and papers)
Crafts and Me 60,Birthday,
Thanks for stopping by,