Wednesday, August 5, 2009

"Quilted" Cards

Hi there!
I was playing around with a new (to me) technique for making "Quilted" cards with my Top Note Die.

These are sooo cute and super easy to make! Just take a one inch square punch and cut out 12 squares in coordinating designer paper. Take a 4x6 piece of cardstock - this can be a scrap since you won't see it on the final result - and run your adhesive over the piece in about 6-8 rows. Layout your squares in 3 rows of 4 squares. Once everything is attached, place this in your top note die and cut it out! I also added some faux stich marks with a Gelly Roll Pen on the squares to make it look like it was sewn, but you could also run it through your Cuttlebug machine!

Here are more great ideas on Splitcoast!

Thanks for Looking!

Top Note Die - Stampin Up!
All Cardstock - Stampin UP! (real red, and kraft)
Pattern Paper - Friend and Birthday = K&Co Lemon Drop
Christmas = Basic Grey Figgy Pudding
Stamps - Dollar Stamps frm Joann's
Happy Holidays Stamp - Riviting Set from SU!
Rub Ons - Stampin Up!
Cuttlebug - Swiss Dot Embossing Folder

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