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  • Hannah D

    I am not hav8a good week. But, YOU always, always make it better

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  • Lisa Probyn

    I LOVE THIS !!

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  • Shirley Desrochers

    Thats really really cool. I would love to do that. Guess I need some supplies.

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  • Dede Turner

    I was wondering which ink has the best, opaque and brightest red color. I've tried several but they all are transparent. Looking for a rich red for Christmas. Thanks!!!!

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  • sandy visger

    I just love your videos. Bless you.

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  • Linda Hobbs

    Great ideas! Thanks for sharing your techniques!

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  • Lokhu S

    Simply amazing

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  • June Moore

    Jennifer your cards are beautiful! This is a very informative video! I have got to try this! Thank you!

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  • Tatiana Pinheiro Carvalho

    Loving these videos. They make me so happy! Thank you for them. 😘

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  • Jeanne Beam

    Great video! Beautiful cards!
    Thanks for sharing…

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  • Henriëtte

    Awesome Jennifer, thanks for showing. Have a great weekend.

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  • Renae Wolford

    I Love the stitching; I've done counted x-stitch for yrs. I have every DMC thread color there is…ha! So I want to add stitching to my cards! thank you!

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  • Shirley Hutchins

    Jennifer, you are a genius and so generous to share your craft with us.

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  • Melinda Goodermote

    What a wonderful idea , thank you!!

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  • Terrie Rodrigue

    I love string art on a card and yours turned out fantastic…I've done some string art before but not like the one you have shown I love your idea and will try it out……my local library is having a class on string art next Tuesday and we will be making the heart design…
    Thank you Jennifer for posting this video.

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  • Andy Granick

    You're killing me

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  • Cards by Maaike

    i did this a few years ago, very much a lot of fun

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  • Carla Sjöholm

    I found you not too posh ago and I am hooked on making cards!!

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  • Andrea La Vigne

    Thank you for showing easy processes for this, Jennifer! If you don't have the dies, you can easily get patterns online. Just do a search for "string art patterns" or "spirelli patterns." I just would download them, resize if needed for a card, print, & poke the holes in my cardstock following that pattern. I made a pattern for a Star of David last year, for a Hanukkah card for a friend who is blind. It was NOT easy to figure out the pattern itself, but once I had that figured out, it came together pretty quickly. Of course, then I found a pattern for that image online! Anyway, I love your cards. Thank you for sharing, & have a wonderful day! 🙂

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  • Karen Soltero

    Great idea. I started making cards 25 years ago using stitching working my way to stamps and dies. I like the look of stitching and have purchased several dies to cross stitch on my cards. I will try this immediately. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  • margaritagerman

    I have used a piece of plastic canvas for years to serve as a guide for piercing on cards. It would work for this also.

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  • Diana Millsap

    Very cool! Thank you for sharing ❤️

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  • Esther Ogozaly

    Oh My Goodness !!! Jennifer, I do paper embroidery on quite a bit of my crafting for cards and whatever. I never thought about using my cutting dies like this for what I make. You have given me new ideas for my projects. Thank you so much for showing this. ♥♥♥

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  • Lesley Taylor

    So very clever. I hadn’t thought of string art as looking so cool. Love it as a background for the brightly coloured flowers.

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  • Cindy Rom

    LOVE!!! ❤️

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  • Rosemary Fidler

    This takes me back to Spirella where you wrapped your thread round scalloped shapes. Your heart card has the same effect. I loved the variations you showed so that we all probably had the supplies do do one of the samples. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  • Jean West-ackroyd

    Love those cards Jennifer ! Don't think it's for me right now, but certainly an interesting way to go. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Lynda Soar

    … as a X-stitcher… adding a few beads/embellishments to the 'string' would b a variation… Thanks for sharing!

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  • Cyndia Gilbert

    I love string art cards and embroidery!

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  • Barb Pederson

    I love this idea!

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  • Martha Garay

    Kool tfs

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  • Dmm Mcfe

    Lol string art so retro and fun

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  • Maribeth Huddleston

    Jennifer these string art cards uniqueness is sure to make my family and friends wow about my cards. Thank you so much for your video with these awesome techniques.

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  • taz holden

    so love this… pretty

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  • mary w

    Always classy, always great instructions, always beautiful. You are amazing.

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  • 1tinac

    These are very clever cards. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Carmen Barnes

    Fantastic Jennifer will give that a go. Thank you for sharing.

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  • Tracey Allen

    Love this technique Jennifer….and the graph paper is such a great idea 😃

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  • Lisa Ainscough

    Beautiful cards and the addition of string art really adds so much wow to the cards.
    Thank you so much for all the different options to create.
    Cheers
    Lisa

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  • Kaye Charles

    Thanks for such great ideas, will have to try some

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  • Tanya C

    I like to use metallic machine embroidery threads for my paper stitching.

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  • Theresa Ross

    WOW!!

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  • Sue Davis

    Thanks so much for your demonstration of string art. It is something simple enough for all of us to do! I think I will use the graph paper idea with my class!

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  • Katie McLane

    Oh! Finally another way to use my Grandmothers DMC floss! Thank you — much less intimidating (and time consuming) than a cross stitch project! Thank you so much!

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  • Judy Kilgore

    So interesting and I can't wait to try this technique! Thank you!

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  • P Steelman

    Stunning Another GOTTA D O 2

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  • P3 Crops

    That looks fun!

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  • Dora Chavez

    Two minutes in and you teach me the Ombre inking technique. WOW, you're so amazing! I have a lot of DMC Floss and I can't wait to try your string art techniques.

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  • Sharon R

    What is this sorcery? She stripped 2 threads of floss without it knotting up? 😉💗

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  • Deb

    Plastic canvas makes a good template for putting holes into paper. I will try the string art window…something no one else is doing now…thanks!

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  • Charlotte Marek

    Thanks for this! I bought 3 or 4 skeins of embroidery floss at a thrift store for my card making. I didn't have any great ideas on how to use it but now I do.

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  • RenieinMN

    Very cool! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Debbie Bonner

    Thanks Jennifer, great cards and idea.

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  • JoAnn Higginbotham

    I love the string art. I'll have to give it a try.

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  • Linda Throgmorton

    Such pretty cards. The heart actually reminds me of the Spirelli technique that I did years ago. TFS

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  • Denise Kinsley

    You may yet convert me to string art. 😄 Love your cards and I’m finally tempted to give it a try.

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  • aacaptainswife

    Lovely ideas ….

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  • brenda casper

    Hi Jennifer! I didn't think this idea was something I'd be interested in but WOW! I'm so glad I stuck with watching the entire video! I have plenty of floss being a cross stitcher at times myself and can't wait to try this idea. Thank you so much for the inspiration!

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