Thursday, February 9, 2012

Fabric Post Cards

Creating one of a kind postcards from scraps of fabric is fast and fun when using a die cut machine and a wide assortment of die images. With fusible web, fabric, felt and variegated thread I was able to whip up three postcards to use as Thank You cards in no time. Spellbinders has a wonderfully intricate line of dies to choose from so your options are almost limitless. I always keep leftover scraps of fabric with fusible web backing around for just this kind of last minute project. After fusing things together, I add some decorative stitching and spray the back of the fabric piece with some adhesive and then add a piece of card stock. This allows for me to write the address as well as a short Thank You note. They are always received with a smile, I am told.
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  1. Hi Lorine!

    I love the post card! Thank you sew much!! You sent us the one you're showing here!? How sweet of you. It was wonderful seeing you again at CHA and dinner was an inspiration. Mark and I look forward to working with you. We'll be in touch soon. I'll treasure our beautiful card.

    Thank you!



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