Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Quilting with Paper during the Storms

What do you do when it storms?  
I do not run my quilting machine or my sewing machine.  
I do not iron.
I do not blog.

I quilt with paper!



I am not a scrapbooker, but I bought a bunch of cool scrapbook/greeting card stock from a friend who was destashing her supply of cardstock. It looks like fabric to me!  Everything looks like fabric or a quilt to me.


 Some of the pieces, I cut a little smaller than the card and I adhere it with double stick tape.



Some I cut into squares and rectangles.  Three pieces make a nice balance, but four can work too.






I sign my name and the year on the back of the cards with a fine point sharpie marker.






At the end of the storm, I packaged them up and mailed them to my Mom.  She loves when I make greeting cards and share them with her.  She especially loves the ones I stitch fabric pieces unto the card stock.  I recently created a tutorial for making the fabric stitched greeting cards and shared it on Craftsy.com.  Here is the link to my Craftsy Store.


Also when the storm is over, I am back to quilting.

Enjoy!

Marcia



2 comments:

Michele said...

I really love that idea!

Valerie Reynolds said...

"To make some note cards for school" is on my summer to do list. Yours came out great!