…well pretend quilt.
Around Christmas time I did a class for the Big Shot, and one of the cards we made was a fun one that looked like a quilt. Here is the link. So everyone loved this card. When the girls wanted to do a class at their club house during Sale-a-Bration, so they could introuduce me to more of their friends, they wanted to make a quilt card, and I was like well you can't do the same one cause, some had already done it and by the time the class came around the paper would not be current. So I played around and did this card, I knew the paper I wanted to use, but I had no idea it would turn out so cute. I totally want to make 100 of these cards, sew them together and put them on my bed.
Ink: Basic Black, Bordering Blue, Basic Black Journaler
Paper: Whisper White, Pink Pirouette, Bella Birds DSP
Misc: Top Note Die, Cuttlebug folder, curly label punch, flower fusions, and RR brads
This turned out so cute didn't it?
Here you can see the texture a bit better. I used a cuttlebug folder cause it goes deeper then the textured plates, and since I had all this DSP and cardstock I really wanted to see the look of a quilt.
So there are gonna be around 30 ladies there tomorrow, and I thought well, we will be there all day punching squares, so I punched them at home.
I mean heck, if someone is gonna get carpal tunnel it might as well be me right?
So what does 384 squares look like (I cut for 32- just in case, plus I need one to demo)
Wanna see the scraps left over from all this punching?
Well I am gonna hit the hay so I can get up early and get my last minute stuff done. The old headache is rearing its ugly head again tonight.
Have a super Wednesday everyone, and thanks for stopping in!