Dream Glasses Cases

Hello everyone!! Do you wear glasses or sunglasses? Well, you are going to love these  Dream Glasses Cases I created.

I have a million and one pair of glasses for different outfits and my different moods. I’m not sure why -wait, I do know why I love the way they look. Glasses have become such a fashion statement piece that you can’t help but have 2 or more! LOL!

The fabric I used is perfect for this project because it’s colorful and fun.

Let’s take a look at my Dream Glasses Cases:

Glasses Cases: Finish product

You can’t tell me these aren’t cute.

Glasses Cases: Finish product

Fabric Collection:

Dream is a color-packed fabric collection designed by Krisy Lea for Riley Blake Designs. This collection is filled with a full spectrum of colors and features soft, rounded dreamy shapes – rainbow, clouds, hearts, and raindrops!

It is fun and brights any room.

Dream

This collection has 24 colorful prints that you can use to make glasses cases, pillows, pajamas, bags, and more.

Here’s how to create the Dream Glasses Cases:

Materials:

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Dream Fabric Collection
Free Glasses Case Pattern/Template
Quilting Ruler
Sewing Machine
Thread
Cutting Mat
Rotary Cutter
Snaps and Setter

Since I used a pattern/template that isn’t mine, I will show you via photo how I created these glasses cases!

Cut your fabric.

Dream Glasses Cases: Cut fabric

Add Interfacing and stitch the bottom.

Glasses Cases: Add Interfacing

Place the two pieces inside of each other.

Glasses Cases: Stitch and Put together

Stitch the top

Glasses Cases: Stitch and Put together

Turn inside out.

Glasses Cases: Turn inside out

Add snaps.

Glasses Cases: Add snaps

Nice and easy. You can make these in no time.

One snap glasses case!

Glasses Cases: Finish product

Flat glasses case!

Glasses Cases: Finish product

Two snap glasses case!

Glasses Cases: Finish product

Glasses Cases: Finish product

Glasses Cases: Finish product

Enjoyable glasses cases!

 

So what do you think? Fun glasses deserve to have fun glasses cases!!

Are you going to make your own? I would love to see them.

Supplies used:

Dream Bernina 570QE

 

Thanks for stopping by!

{Clean and Simple} CASology 218 – Support

Hello everyone!!  It’s CASology Tuesday!!  We are back with another Clean and Simple Cue Card just for you!!

This week’s cue card:

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Take a look at my card:

live-your-dream-cas

All of us could use some support from time to time. I thought this StarTrish Design Worldgirl Series stamp was perfect for this challenge.

“Live your dream” is perfect for all of us to do.  No need to me miserable.  All of have dreams and we should live them.

To create this card, I stamped the image using Clearsnap Colorbox Archival Black Ink. Then I used Tombow’s Irojiten Vivid and Tranquil Coloring Pencils.

There was nothing to it.  Super relaxing to just color!

Are you inspired to play along?  Please let me know below!

For more inspiration, check out my fellow Design Team members blog for more awesome work.

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Our sponsor this week is A Jillian Vance

Supplies used:

worldgirl-two   Tombow Irojiten Vivid Coloring SetTombow Irjiten Vivid Color Pencils

Thanks for stopping by!

~Kymona

{Clean and Simple} CASology 211 – Dream

Hello everyone!!  It’s CASology Tuesday!!  We are back with another Clean and Simple Cue Card just for you!!

This week’s cue card:

Week 211 - Dream

Take a look at my card:

Dream (CAS)

When I saw this week’s cue card, I knew right away that I wanted to use Neat and Tangled Making Waves – Nice and Neat Dies.  I love how the clouds are particle cut out of the card stock.

Creating this card was a breeze.  I die cut the front of the white Bristol Smooth card panel using the Making Waves Die. Then I used a pencil to outline the circle, so that I knew where to apply the distress ink.  I started with Distress Ink Tumbled Glass to create the sky.  Then I came in with Distress Ink Broken China to darken it just a bit closer to the top of the sky.  After that I used Distress Ink Forest Moss to create the ground.

Once all of the colors were down, I applied tumbled glass again over the entire scene to lighten the sky and the grass.  Once I was satisfied with the way the scene looked, I used Concord & 9th Sophisticated Script Stamp Set and Clearsnap Colorbox Wicked Archival Ink to stamp the cue card word.

Then I placed a couple of dimensionals on the back of the card panel and placed it on top of the card base. Perfect!!!

I truly love how this card turned out. I think is absolutely perfect for this challenge. What do you think?

Are you inspired to play along?  Please let me know below!

For more inspiration, check out my fellow Design Team members blog for more awesome work.

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Our sponsor this week is STAMPlorations!

I’m also playing along with AAA Cards Game #71:

#71

Supplies used:

Making Waves Die  Sophisticated Script Wicked Black

Thank you so much for stopping by!!

~Kymona

Dare To Dream..

Second Post for the Day

Hello everyone! I’m back again today with another card for the Muse Challenge #72.  The Muse this week was Marion Vagg.

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Her card is so whimsical and carefree.  I love how fun it looks.

As I sat down to create my card I wanted that same carefree, flowing feeling when I looked at my card.   I decided to use the Dream stamp set from Lawn Fawn.  The feathers gave me that free-flowing feeling.

Dream

I used Stampin’ Up’ new Lost Lagoon in color for my card base.  I wanted to stay in the same color family as Marion.

I stamped my images and then colored them with the Lost Lagoon marker so that my colors matched.

I adhered a strip of black cardstock tot he left side to tie everything together.

So what do you think?  Did I do a good job interpreting Marion’s card?

Supplies used:

LF656_Dream_1024x1024Lost Lagoon CSLost Lagoon InkBasic Black CSMemento Black InkStampin' TrimmerFuse Fast AdhesiveWe R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper

Thank you!!

~Kymona