I have had many inquiries from readers about the card above, which I shared on a previous post. It was a sample from the display board on the Stampin' Up! Alaska cruise–not my creation (as I indicated). Good news . . . Ellen Smallwood is the designer and she sent me loads of information to help you, too, start "quilting" with paper. Thanks, Ellen!
You are in for a treat! It's very apparent that Ellen knows a lot about both paper and quilting. Note that she didn't embellish the cards . . . which really keeps the quilting aspect front and center for learning. The next step would be to add pretty buttons, ribbon or the perfect sentiment!
Here are the "leftovers" from cutting the pieces for the Mock Wedding Ring card above. The embossing folder is "Brocade" from Cuttlebug.
Assembly for the Rail Fence pattern.
Gorgeous and ready for a simple sentiment or ribbon.
The Stampin' Up! 1 1/4" Square Punch (119865) would make this quilting pattern a snap.
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