Welcome to the second installment of the Holiday Catalog Product Spotlight. Today, we will feature the Vintage Crochet Trim (144611).
This trim can be found on page 53 in the Holiday Catalog which is all the way towards the back with the Halloween stuff. But, that doesn’t mean it’s just for Halloween!
So, the first thing I think of when I think about Crochet Trim is that is it the perfect edging to a blanket. So, I would be remiss if I didn’t make a little blanket…
I ran a bit of snail around the edge of a square of Basic Black cardstock, then I adhered the trim around it. I added a square of the beautiful Merry Little Christmas Designer Series Paper (144621) and ran it through the Big Shot in the new Quilt Top Textured Impression Embossing Folder (144687). I added the perfect little sentiment from Snowflakes Sentiments (144817/144820).
My next project also features a new Designer Series Paper.
This one is called Merry Music Specialty Designer Series Paper (144623). I just created a simple box and used the Crochet Trim to finish it off with a simple bow. I suppose a tag could be made for it, but this will be used as a simple box to hold a special treat for a friend!
So… Crochet Trim…??? Where else is trim used? On clothing, of course!
For this card, I created a dress out of the Petal Garden Designer Series Paper Stack (144168) and trimmed it with the Vintage Crochet Trim. I added some of the new Black Rhinestones (144639) for a little bling. The sentiment comes from the Beautiful You stamp set (143004/143637)
You can find a printable project sheet with the template for the dress at
And… I would be remiss if I didn’t create at least one Halloween card with this trim, wouldn’t I.
I used it to create a spider web! I double stamped the sentiment found in the Spooky Cat Stamp Set (144749). I used the eyes from that set for the spider and simply punched two circles for the body and added some black twine for the legs and web he is dangling from.
Well, that’s all I’ve got for this one! How will you get creative with the trim?
Until next time, keep it simple, Stampers!