- Make a projected using the "Quilted card technique"
- Or make a project using "Something that's been forgotten" (in your stash forever!)
- Or Mash it Up and make a "Quilted card project using something that has been forgotten"
Well, let's face it...we all have something in our stash that has been untouched and perhaps even forgotten, right? For many of us, that includes stacks of pattern paper, which is PERFECT for the quilted card technique!
My eye caught a package of Bella Rose dsp. Love this stuff, and I will be sad when it is gone! I cut strips from 2 sheets, and used both sides of each to make a pattern, taping the strips down on a scrap piece of card stock. I then cut it out with my Top Note die in the Big Shot, then took my chocolate chip marker to make faux stitching. Note the stitching is uneven..that's what any real stitching would look like if I ever tried to sew! LOL! I placed my "quilt" on a riding hood red card base that has a layer of pink pirouette embossed with perfect polka dots. I also included a strip of the rose pattern of the dsp between the pink and the quilt. My image is from Simple Sketches...one of my first and favorite stamp sets! I don't know when I last used it. It is a 2 (actually 3) step stamp, which loksgreat when you use markers. The lined image was stamped in chocolate chip. The next stamp has pink pirouette and lucky limeade. The final stamp has riding hood red and pear pizazz. Love the dimension! I punched it out with a scallop circle, and layered on the larger scallop circle, highlighting with a white gel pen. The sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes, on a word window punch. Finally, I added this fun, retired polka dot ribbon. Last I checked, you can get some of this on the Stampin' Up Clearance Rack!