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Paper Quilting

Paper Quilting

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Learn how to use your paper scraps and sewing machine to create paper quilts to use on cards, scrapbooks, and other paper crafts.
Learn how to use your paper scraps and sewing machine to create paper quilts to use on cards, scrapbooks, and other paper crafts.

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Published by: erikaerin on Mar 26, 2013
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Paper Quilting

By Erika Martin * erikaerin2001@yahoo.com * www.stampinmama.com

This PDF includes three techniques: Paper Quilting Attaching buttons to cardstock using your sewing machine Sewing paper ruffles At the end of the PDF, you’ll find photos of another project done with this same technique.

Video links are included in this PDF. All videos are hosted on YouTube, but are only visible to those that have the links.

Supplies: Sincere Salutations set Cardstock: Not Quite Navy, Basic Black, Whisper White Ink: Not Quite Navy Pop-dots Patterned paper Buttons Sewing machine

Step 1: Cut a piece of Not Quite Navy cardstock at 5 x 10 inches. Fold in half to create your card base.

Step 2: Cut three blocks each of three different patterned papers at 1 x 1 inches.

Step 3: Cut a piece of Basic Black cardstock at 4 x 4 inches.

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Step 4: Adhere the squares to the Basic Black cardstock leaving a thin black border around the edges.

Step 5:

Using your sewing machine, stitch your squares in place with a zig-zag stitch. Use the video tutorial link here to help: http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=Br-A5QWaDBY

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Step 6: Adhere a piece of ruffled ribbon or paper ribbon (which we will go into depth with in the Day 4 PDF) to the left side of the quilted paper.

Step 7: Use your sewing machine to stitch a button in each corner of your quilted paper. Use the video tutorial link here to help: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=mBagIh 0bjZo

Step 8: Cut a piece of Whisper White cardstock at 1 x 2 inches. Cut a piece of Basic Black cardstock at 1 x 2 inches.

Step 9: Stamp one of the greetings from the Sincere Salutations set on the white cardstock with Not Quite Navy ink.

Step 10: Mount the greeting on top of the Basic Black cardstock.

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Step 11: Apply pop-dots to the back of the greeting.

Step 12: Mount the greeting on the card front, over the end of the ribbon.

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Project #2

Supplies: Sincere Salutations set Cardstock: Chocolate Chip, Mellow Moss, Really Rust, Whisper White Ink: Basic Brown Patterned paper Top Note die Big Shot die cutting machine Paper Flower Button Pop-dots

Cut a piece of Mellow Moss cardstock at 5 x 8 inches. Fold in half to create your card base. Cut a piece of Chocolate Chip cardstock at 4 x 5 inches and mount on top of the Mellow Moss card base. Cut a piece of Really Rust cardstock at 3 x 5 inches. Mount on top of the Chocolate Chip cardstock.

Step 2: Cut 7 strips of different patterned papers at 3/4 x 4 inches.

Step 3: Cut a piece of Whisper White cardstock at 4 x 5 inches. Adhere the strips of patterned paper to the white cardstock, making sure that all the edges are flush with each other. Pg. 10

Step 4: Run the patterned paper through the Big Shot die cutting machine with the Top Note die. Cut a

second Top Note die out of Whisper White cardstock.

Step 6: Use the zig-zag stitch to make your strips of patterned paper look like they’ve been quilted. I went around the edge of the patterned paper with a straight stitch. Step 7: Add a ribbon or paper ribbon to the left side of the Top Note and trim the edges so it is the same shape as the Top Note. Mount the finished Top Note on top of the card front.

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Step 8: Cut a piece of Whisper White cardstock at 1 x 2 inches and stamp one of the greetings from the Sincere Salutations set on it. Cut a piece of Basic Brown cardstock at 1 x 2 inches and mount the greeting on top. Apply pop-dots to the back and mount on top of the end of the ribbon on the card

front. Step 9: Add a paper flower with a button in the center to finish off your card. Scroll down for a full photo of this finished card.

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