Sunday, June 12, 2011

Last Week's Quilt Cards Class!

I finished my Quilt Card class last week and just want to post some photos very quickly. The class was a big hit, and a learning experience for all! Besides the cards I made, I also taught everyone how to make a fabric flower. Unfortunately, I was waiting for my fabric to arrive from Stampin' Up, so I ended up going to a LCS to buy a fabric bundle. Enjoy my photos!

The cards and fabric flower we made.

The card is a Very Vanilla Base, Pink Pirouette mat, and a collection of the Springtime Vintage DSP -- the squares are 1 1/4" and applied to a base, then cut out with the top note and finally embossed (using the Finial Press embossing folder and the Big Shot) before being adhered to the card base. I used the Roses that were in the spring mini as well as some Certainly Celery seam binding to embellish my card.

This card was totally inspired by my downline, Laura, who shared it at a demonstrator shoebox swap this spring. The squares are 3/4" and adhered to a cardstock scrap, then embossed with the Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder and the Big Shot.

I still have a few kits left if you live in the area and want to make this card!

Thanks for stopping by today!


1 comment:

jan edgcomb said...

inspiring! thank you.