Wednesday, 20 January 2016

How About Some Paper Quilting?

Hello, my sweet friends!

Thank you so much for your kind congratulations on all my recent DT announcements!
With my busy schedule I will have much to share in the coming months.
I really appreciate your encouragement! :o)
(BTW...I will have one more final announcement soon!)

Today I have an extra project to share.
This card was made for a special woman who was celebrating her 80th birthday.
She is a very talented quilter, so when I saw this die at Your Next Stamp... 
well...I just had to get it! :o)
I cut it twice, and then had the best time putting it all together. 
To finish it off, I added the tiny buttons and the scissors.

Here's what I did on the inside:

Materials Used:
Papers: MME - Quilting Bee, Recollections: Cardstock;
Die: Your Next Stamp - Fun With Squares,
Spellbinders Shapeabilities - Sewing Elements;
Stamp: Papertrey Ink;
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black;
Brad and Buttons: My Stash.

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I have amassed quite a collection of great dies and stamps from Your Next Stamp.
So you'll be seeing much more of their great products in upcoming projects.
In the meantime, head over to their shop and take a look
There's even a great sale going on now! 

Have a great day! :o)


Karen YourNextStamp said...

Love what you created using the Fun with Squares die! So pretty! Your friend will love it! Tell her congrats on turning 80! That's awesome!

Chrissy said...

I love your quilted card Nancy, with the little scissors and buttons and the patterns and colours are fabulous..


Daffodil Cards said...

What a beautiful card, and so right for a quilter. Love your sentiment, just perfect.

Tracy said...

I recognized that paper collections right away. LOL It couldn't fit more perfectly for your theme. The scissors and buttons really pull it all together. Hugs!

Anonymous said...

I'm sure your friend will treasure this Nancy - it's a beautiful card :-)

Susan M said...

A perfect card for your friend , it's really special ! Love the tiny scissors! Love how you say you have "amassed" some dies Nancy, hopefully we'll be seeing lots more projects !