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Make it Monday #159

No-Sew Quilted Cards is the theme at Make it Monday this week. I have not played there in a while....

The talented Dawn McVey has a cool video, showing us how to do that.  
I first had to research quilting patterns to find something I liked......



Not really my usual style, but I really like the result of it! 
I first cut myself some triangles from My Minds Eye patterned paper, glued it onto white card stock and then ran it through my Big Shot using the Papertrey Quatrefoil  die as embossing folder. 


The sentiment is  - how cool is that - designed by Dawn as well -  from the Papertrey Signature series -Flower, the wood cut is from Michaels. The card really looks like a quilt! Amazing! Thanks, Dawn!

Comments

Kristie Goulet said…
This looks amazing! Love this technique!
Susanne Vargas said…
Awesome technique! It really looks like a cozy quilt!
Kay D said…
Beautiful- I love the triangles- and how completely cool are those wooden letters- so perfect!
shirley-bee said…
Wow, love the look of this!
Monika Reeck said…
I love your quilting my dear Cornelia...it looks beautiful and great choice of the paper..morgen bin ich 41 und ich habe 2 Torte gebacken auch gebuegelt da am nächste Woche Kinder Urlaub (Ostern) ist...habe geplant nac Salzburg zu reisen...hoffentlich schoene Wetter dort...have a great day my lovely Friend..hugs...Monika
Mrs A. said…
How fab is that. Love how you have put it through your EF over the top. The pattern is very similar to 'Flying Geese' in quilting. Hugs Mrs A.
Helen F. said…
Beautiful choice of colors and patterns, Cornelia. Love the sentiment and wood embellishment too
Kim Heggins said…
Wow...what a quilt, now will you make one just like it for me but with fabric??? I love it and those colors are just stunning!
Patti said…
This is one of the bet cards I've seen in this challenge!! I really love the colors you've selected!

Patti

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Morag said…
I really like it too! :)
Anonymous said…
Gorgeous card!!!
Daria said…
Wonderful quilt card!

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