I used DSP Patterns Stack Regals Collection and the 1 1/4" square punch to make my squares. I adhered my squares to a piece of cardstock and then ran it through the Big Shot with the Top Note die. I used my paper-piercing tool and mat pack to create the pattern for my stiches. Luckily, I had some gold embroidery floss that matched the More Mustard ribbon. I used a cross stich to add stability to the paper pieces (some of them ended up quite small) and to add more texture to the quilted layer. The card base is Night of Navy card stock layered with More Mustard DSP Patterns Stack Regals Collection and Very Vanilla. The senitment is from Inspired by Nature and stamped in Night of Navy Ink. I used the cutter kit distressing tool to distress the edges of the Very Vanilla and Night of Navy layers of the sentiment. I loved making this card. I hope you will try this technique too!
Saturday, January 8, 2011
My grandmother made us quilts when we were little. I still have mine. I enjoy quilting and have seen several quilted top note cards on different blogs and wanted to try my hand at quilting a card.