Saturday, February 19, 2011

Paper Quilting

I was checking out one of the tutorials at splitcoaststampers the other day and saw this card that was just begging to be cased.  Y0u can view the tutorial and sample here.

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After making the card I realized I hadn’t even looked at the tutorial!  So, I’m not sure if I did it the way they did, or not. Oh well,  you’ll have to check it out and let me know if I did the easy way, or the hard way.

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The quilted layer measures 3 3/4” square.  I used my 3/4” square punch to make my squares. I laid out my design, then starting in the upper right hand corner, adhered it to a 3 3/4” square sheet. Snail adhesive is perfect for this. I ran both the quilted layer and the base through the Big Shot using the Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder.  It really was quite easy to put together, and quite fun! The entire card card measures 5” x 5”.

Here’s a 3” x 3” I whipped up at the same time.  It’s just too cute!

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Here’s a Shout Out to my sister-in-law Kay!  She’s a brand-new demonstrator and a quilter extraordinaire!  I thought of you, Kay, the whole time I was making them.  I’m way better with adhesive and scissors than needle and thread!

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During Sale-a-bration you can get this designer paper for free!  Contact me today to find out how.

I hope you were inspired.  Thanks for looking.

Thanks,

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