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Patchwork cards

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Patchwork cards. Get inspired and try out new things.
handmade Valentine quilt card from Paper Seedlings .. strips of pattered paper form a quilt block ...

Hey, it's time for another Valentine! And, guess what! For a change, I made a paper quilted card! Yeah, I know. I never do that, do I? Anyway, I thought a loving Valentine quilt would be cute and cozy. Not a really tough design, but I do like how it turned out. I used the Love Blossoms Designer Series Paper Stack on page 17 of the Occasions Catalog for my quilt strips. The strips are 1/4" wide. And the center square is made with the 3/4" Square Punch. The finished card doesn't have a whole…

Sunburst Corner – Kate Morgan, Independent Stampin Up!® Demonstrator Rowville, Victoria, Australia

Dear Crafters, Today I shane another of the projects that we did last week during my Techniques class, the Sunburst Technique. I once again focused on using the Wildflower Fields DSP and the coordi…

https://heartshugsandflowers.blogspot.com/2018/03/simon-best-days-blog-hop.html

Welcome to Day 2 of Simon Says Stamp's Best Days Blog Hop! You should have arrived here from my DT teamie, Tracy Freeman's blog. If you have just happened upon my blog and want to start the hop from the beginning, go to the Simon Says Stamp blog. We'll be giving away a $25.00 gift certificate at every stop on the hop, so don't forget to leave a comment! The winners will be announced at the Simon Says Stamp Store Blog next Wednesday, Mar. 14. I was thrilled to receive this Birch Circle die…

Ever wondered what to do with all those scraps of coloured card and patterned paper, today I have a starburst card tutorial showing you how.

Hi Sylvia here with a contrast backing starburst tutorial for you. I have a lot of patterned paper pads which are half used and this type of card is ideal…

Fabric Greeting Cards – agilejack

I had been thinking about making these fabric greeting cards for a while now and a couple of weeks ago found some of these cards in my local craft store. The cards are made for 4×6 photos. You…

Stack, Slice & Shuffle Technique for Easy Quilt Cards! — KarenTitus.com

Mass produce cards while making each one different! This Stack, Slice & Shuffle Technique makes easy quilt cards. These butterfly cards are made with the Butterfly Kisses Designer Series Paper. Since you are making three cards at a time, just change up the Designer Series Paper you are using for each set and they will all be unique. All of these cards use only the papers. These lovely flowers in the Hues of Happiness Designer Series Paper can be cut out with coordinating dies.. Celebrate tea…

Make these colorful patterned paper cards using our new Exquisite Splendor collection by Marisa Job. Handmade Cards by Norine Borys for Spellbinders #spellbinders #neverstopmaking #diecutting

Hello Spellbinder friends! My name is Norine Borys and excited to contribute to the Spellbinders blog as a Guest Designer today! I’ve been working with a beautiful assortment of dies from the Exquisite Splendor Collection by Marisa Job. For the cards I’m sharing today, I mostly used dies from the Flower Box Card Dies plus one small square die from the Tulip Flower Box Dies. I’ve recently come from the Houston International Quilt Festival and I have quilting on the brain. Because I love paper…

Tut for quilt cards...great way to use leftover charms & fabric

Materials Needed: pencil several prints from a charm pack (or scraps of fabric) fusible webbing (I use Heat ‘n Bond Lite. There are other brands (Wonder Under, Stitch Witchery), but if…

I made these four cards only using a few items! Let's get started! A2 size craft card stock 5 1/2 * 4 1/4 To start take 4 different pattern design papers and cu

I made these four cards only using a few items! Let's get started! A2 size craft card stock 5 1/2 * 4 1/4 To start take 4 different pattern design papers and cut each one 5 1/4 * 4 Cut each piece down the side at 2 1/2 then across the bottom at 3 1/4 Your measurements will be as follows 2 1/2 * 3 1/4, 1 1/2 * 3 1/4, 2