I’m feeling a bit “Crazy” today!

Crazy quilt that is! Hi friends! I love the look of crazy quilts and I thought it would fun to take that idea and apply it to a card.

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The technique is easy and fun and best of all you probably have some supplies that will work. See how to make this in today’s tutorial!

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Supplies from Rubber stamp Tapestry:

Other Supplies:

Crazy Quilt Technique Directions:

  1. Start in the center of your card panel and mask off a shape (it can be a square, triangle, hexagon, trapezoid, whatever you like!) and stamp in it then dust with ink. Remove the post it notes and mask of an adjacent space and repeat. Continue in this fashion until your card is full!
  2. To finish you panel poke faux stitching holes along the seams and trace over with a black pen. Puff the paper from the back using a ball end stylus (work on a mouse pad or sheet of craft foam)
  3. “Bind” with washi tape and adhere to your card base.

Have fun with this card technique! It is a great way to use some small stamps! Happy crafting!

 

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7 Responses

  1. I like It! Not hot glue fan b/c mine is in another area. I’m inspired to try it. Thanks.

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  2. Who can ask for more? A quilt card using Peg Stamps! Perfection!

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  3. Adorable!

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  4. Genius.I love this card. Thank you for sharing

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  5. Really cute. I love crazy quilts.

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  6. I love how you admit your bumps in the road and then lead us to another/better way to do it. I don’t have a piercing tool, but I have an old fashion tracing paper wheel tool that would give me the same piercings. Cute card and I can definitely see adaptations for Christmas cards or spring cards.. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Such a versatile idea can’t wait to try. Thanks so much!

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