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Stitching on Paper

By: Latrice Murphy

If you're bored with your handmade cards, learn a new technique! These hand made card ideas from Latrice Murphy add a special finishing touch to your cards and scrapbook layouts. Stitching on paper is so easy to do when you watch this DIY video tutorial.

Stitching on Paper



  1. Choose your type of stitch. I mostly use a straight stitch or zig zag for paper projects. Use an Upholstery thread such as Gutterman.
  2. Adhere paper together remembering not to glue behind where you will be stitching.
  3. Lower your needle manually to start and then lower your presser foot down.
  4. Start slowly and moved around using the guides near the needle to make sure you get a straight line.
  5. When you’re done sewing, tug the bobbin thread from underneath to pull through the top thread.
  6. To secure you can tie in a knot or tape down. Try using some fun Washi tape to cover your thread is it will be visible. The recipient will appreciate the pretty colors.

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I sew fabrics but never thought to sew on paper but the stitching gives it a very different look. It makes the paper look like it is raised and looks more polished. I can not wait to try it. I know my grand daughter will really enjoy Stitching on paper. This is a great way also to add on those laces and other papers without using glue. I will try the zig zag stitch too. The video gives some great ideas. Did anyone use this technique yet?


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