Yesterday, I let the ink do the talking with my Burlap and Leaves card (which has had over 700 likes on Facebook, in just 24 hours!), today it's all about the paper. I wanted to showcase the beautiful designs of the Quilted Christmas Designer Series Paper by the Quilt Builder Framelits to outline it.
These framelits are pretty amazing. They create the coolest, most delicate outlines to highlight or build quilts. Let's look at how I used them for this project.
First, I cut the square of Quilted Christmas Designer Series Paper using the large empty square framelit.
Next, I used the quilt inlay square to cut an outline shape in Garden Green.
Finally, I combined the two small star shapes, setting the more detailed one inside the empty framelit, and cut out the Whisper White center.
On both steps 2 & 3, you'll have some small pieces to punch out of the framelit, but you'll be left with these amazingly delicate oultines, that you can lay right on top of your patterned paper. Or, use them to cut multiple pieces of paper in a variety of patterns and colors, and use the little pieces that you cut out, to fill the quilt back in. The possibilities are just endless!
Speaking of Christmas Quilts...
September 15th is very last day to RSVP to mySeptember Christmas Card Club! It will feature the Quilted Christmas Suite and will include:
Base: Whisper White, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", scored at 4 1/4"
Layer 1: Basic Black, 5 1/4" x 4"
Layer 2: Garden Green, 5 1/8" x 3 7/8"
Layer 3: Basic Black, 4 1/8" x 3 1/8"
Layer 4: Whisper White, 4" x 3"
Layer 5: Quilted Christmas Designer Series Paper, square (Step 1 above)
Layer 6: Garden Green, Quilt Outline, (Step 2 above)
Layer 7: Whisper White star, (Step 3 above)
September 15th is a big day for RSVP's. It's the last day to register for the RSVP to my September Christmas Card Club and Early Bird Registration Ends for the November 4th Holiday Stamp Camp. Email me today to reserve your spot at one -or both!
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