Starburst Quilt-Look Card {Stamp School}

Hi friends! Here is another quilt inspired card!

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It doesn’t take a lot of supplies but it is really beautiful when it is done. Watch the video to see how!

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Supplies:

  • Peg Stamp Sets: Brambly RoseStars & Stripes Forever, Summer’s End, Wisteria Frame
  • Sentiment stamp (Stampin up-retired)
  • Cardstock in white, kraft and black
  • Starburst Stencil (or any stencil with large holes, this one is by Heidi Swapp)
  • Sequins
  • Dye inks
  • Ink Brush
  • Stickles
  • Adhesive: Foam tape, double stick tape, clear glue
  • Embossing folder with an all over pattern
  • Circle/stitched dies or punches if desired
  • Black pen
  • Paper peircer and foam mat
  • Ruler
  • Other: Masking or washi tape for tacking dies and stencil down

Directions:
1. Place stencil over 5″x7″ piece of white cardstock and secure with tape.

2. For each open area in the stencil stamp a design repeatedly, then use an ink brush to add more of the same color. Alternate colors in each opening until you have filled all open areas of the stencil.

3. Add stitching lines around each stencil shape. Leave the stencil in place while you do this.

4. Remove stencil and trim panel to 6 3/4″x4 3/4″ then pierce stitching lines along each edge of the panel and draw stitching lines over the dots. Adhere this panel to a 5″x7″ kraft card base.

5. Stamp sentiment and cut it out with circle dies. Adhere to card with foam tape.

6. Embellish card with sequins.

I love quilt themed cards and I had a blast designing this one, I hope you give it a try! Have a great weekend and til next time happy crafting!

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5 Responses

  1. Three of my favorite things on one card: a quilted look, using Peg Stamps and embossing.

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  2. Wow a card and quilt together .Great card

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  3. Definitely want to try to make this and use some spring colors and some earth tones. Learned a lot of techniques! Thanks, Lindsay!

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  4. Wow, this is a nice and easy card to make. Great to have on hand for any occasion and you can stamp the circle as needed. Thanks.

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  5. Loved how this card turned out. I edged each side of the card with one of the different color inks and the quilt looked like it had a binding!
    Thanks for the great tutorial-wish I could go to stamp school everyday 🙂

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