Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Quilted Card

My first time entering a Papertrey Ink challenge and I choose there normal Make it Monday Challenges this one is #159.

Also entering this into the Word Art Wednesdays anything goes challenge #127.

I mainly used supplies by Stampin Up but I did include Papertrey Ink products via the Stamp Set and Matching Die.

A pile of 1 1/4 by 1 1/4 inch squares from Stampin Up's Brights DSP collection.
Assembling them.

The main panel is Whisper White card stock by Stampin Up.
Glued them down and trimmed them.
This is an embossing folder from cuttle bug and I hope it counts in the PPI challenge if not oh well it was fun using what I had.
End result.
I used Papertrey Ink Polkadot Parade #1 stamp set and die using Stampin Up Whisper White paper.

Lots of foam for dimension.
Masking the BUNNY stamp to stamp it in the coordinating colors of the DSP.
Stampin Up ink colors in:
Pumpkin Pie
Real Red
Old Olive
Daffodil Delight and
Tempting Turquoise
Since its a clear stamp you can see exactly where you are stamping.

Stamp Set Storage

Matching dies on the back with a piece of magnet strip.

Sorry my image wont flip.

Again I cant get the darn thing to flip

Ill have to ask my husband later whats going on with the camera, this inside white panel is Hobby Lobby heavy weight card stock and the black card base is also Hobby Lobby heavy weight card stock, their Paper Studio brand.

or the user, LOL
Supplies used:

Stampin Up
Papertrey Ink


  1. So COOL! I love those bright squares, the happy colors just pop!

  2. Love your quilt - you used one of my favorite embossing folders :)

  3. I love your card!! LOVE the polka dots!! : ) What a sweet idea sharing your process thank you : )


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  4. cute card - love the rainbow stamped sentiment inside.

  5. This patchwork quilt Easter card is DARLING! Thanks so much for sharing with us and playing along in our challenge this week.
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