I want to use my blog today to share a couple additional projects I’ve made with the tool.
I used the Sew Easy tool to pierce the line here through the pointy sticker to to sew a line of Baker’s Twine.
Yep. There’s no stitching here.;)
Just because it’s called the Sew Easy tool, it doesn’t mean you have to sew with it.
What I did was start with a piece of metal tape. (This is aluminum foil tape I found at the Hardware store. ) I rolled the Sew Easy tool over it over and over again to make the holes.
And meet #3.
Again, no sewing here.
What I did was use Sew Easy as a measuring tool of sorts. I rolled it over my tag to make two lines. Then, I just placed a gem over each pierced hole.
What was nice is it took away all the thinking when it came to lining up the gems. All I had to do was look at each small pierce mark and plop a gem right on top of it it. The end result: two perfectly lined up lines of gems. YAY!
One more thing: I want to share this with you all, too.
I do keep the packaging that comes with the additional optional piercing heads you can buy the Sew Easy. That’s because each one gives you a couple ideas for stitching with it.
Anyway, each cardboard piece of packaging goes on a binding ring.
To see how the Sew Easy works, be sure to check out Paper Crafts Connection today. You can also see these projects.
See you again soon!