Hello friends and happy Tuesday! I'm very exited to share today's cards and video with you because these were completed at the special request of a dear reader, Monica. I met Monica a couple years ago at a library class I taught in northern Connecticut. Soon after our initial introduction, she moved to Florida, yet we have remained in contact and I'm delighted that she reads my blog regularly and even put in this special request!
I hope you will all enjoy today's "quilted" cards and step-by-step YouTube
video (located at the end of this post).
These cards may seem very challenging, but I promise they are really not that difficult! Yes, there is a lot of time and die cutting involved, as well as a lot of "putting the pieces of the puzzle together" but, the good news is you get to create four cards at one time! And, if you like to create designs and patterns, you just might find this rather peaceful.
*Be sure to follow the dryer sheet tip in the video below, because that will save you from undue headaches and hair pulling!
Here is a step-by-step tutorial video that I created showing you how to make "quilted" cards using some of the various quilt shape dies by Gina Marie Designs.
It gives me great pleasure to be able to create something that a reader specifically requested, so if there is something YOU would like to see, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will do my best to accommodate your request. To view other videos I have created, please click here, or subscribe to my YouTube Channel below:
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4/7/2020 04:03:38 pm
Excellent instructional video - clear, concise, and with helpful repetition. I can do this now!
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