Tuesday, April 5, 2011

QUILT CARD AND FREE PASS WINNNER!

Hi All,

A BIG thank you to all those who emailed me regarding the Ustamp giveaway.  I really appreciated hearing from each and every one of you!!  Unfortunately, there can only be one winner.  CONGRATULATIONS to Donna Arps!  Keep an eye out for your email invitation mid April Donna!

Now I also wanted to share a very different card with you, than what you would normally expect from me.  My MIL asked/commissioned a card from me for a dear friend turning 90!!  Luckily for me, I also know this lovely lady and know she used to make the most fantastic quilts.  What better card to make than a Quilt Card.

I am really pleased with my first ever attempt.  It really is a very easy technique and a great way to use up all those pesky little scraps of DSP!!  I hope you like it Pat, and HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!

10 comments:

  1. Paula this is a great quilt card, love the pattern you chose and the colours. This is going in to my CASE file because I know my mother who is a keen quilter would love to receive on of these!

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  2. Love this Paula. The papers you chose look great as a quilt & the button bow is a perfect little extra.

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  3. What a beautful card Paula, love the colours. At least this quilt is finished, not like the ones in my cupboard.

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  4. This is lovely Paula - and such a great idea for a quilter. Have you tried quilting? By the looks of things you've probably got talent there too!

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  5. Love the quilt card I am sure she will be thrilled to receive this card

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  6. Debbie - trust me when I say, you don't want me anywhere near a sewing machine!!!!! I think I will stick with the paper kind of Quilts, lol

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  7. Wow, what a beautiful card Paula! Lovely choice of colours/DSP.

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  8. Lovely quilt card Paula. Lucky Donna too :)

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  9. This is a beautiful card for a quilter Paula. Love your choice of patterns & colours, & that beautiful buttoned bow. :)

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  10. Love how you did this! Can I get specifics on size of strips and square and how you put it together so I can make one like this? Thanks!

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