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« Merry Christmas Postcards | Main | Shibori Tree Postcards »

December 16, 2015

Comments

donaleen

I loved seeing how you make your cards. Thanks!

Mary Anne

Finding a use for scraps is always a challenge and I think you met that admirably with these. Another favourite design.

Wanda

At first I didn't notice the hanger on top of the O when I viewed it on my phone earlier today. Now I see it is an ornament........pays to look again on the larger laptop screen.

Judy

It's always interesting to see how others put their cards together!. I love what you did with your Paula Nadelstern leftovers. I am working on my Paula Nadelstern wall hanging now and will have lots of leftovers to use. My last post was on using a panel to create postcards. Super simple! https://judystupak.wordpress.com/2015/12/02/an-exercise-in-making-super-simple-quilted-postcards/

Tina in NJ

Love these!

patty

Another fun postcard! I think we are more creative when using bits and pieces. The details of the crystal and stitching to make the O look like an ornament add so much to the card. Well done!

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