Double Challenge Quilted Friendship Card

This card is for the PTI Blog Hop and Mojo Monday this week.

PTI blog hop logo

The inspiration photo this month (see below) was so pretty and I was inspired by the mixy matchy fabric patterns. So I also chose  floral, stripe and polka dot patterns.

quilted friendship card

I cut the paper with the die from Button Boutique. I love that little guy! It wasn’t quite as hard as I thought to keep the papers lined up. I just used a clear ruler to guide me as I laid them down. The spool was stamped on kraft paper and cut out. I thinned out the middle section of the spool to allow for the thickness of the floss. Wouldn’t this be cute paper pieced too?

PTI april BH insp

And last but not least, this week’s Mojo Sketch. Click on sketch to visit Mojo site.


I hope you enjoy the rest of the Blog Hop. Be sure to visit again. I have RSS and email subscription thingies on my side bar!

Enjoy, Rebecca

Ink: Antique Linen, Vintage Photo Distress inks
Paper: Cosmo Cricket Odds and Ends, October Afternoon Thrift Shop, vanilla, kraft CS-SU!, aqua mist, spring moss CS-PTI
Accessories: Button Boutique die, button twine-PTI, foam dots-Jody Morrow, scalloped rectangles Nesties, PTI and Basic Grey buttons, Prima rose, DMC floss, Mettler thread

20 thoughts on “Double Challenge Quilted Friendship Card”

  1. What a fabulous card! I especially like the fun little spool with thread!Rebecca, I just popped by to say thank you so much for the wonderful tips you left on the Create blog. I have recently pulled out my sewing machine (after far too many years of neglect) to use it on my paper projects. I appreciate the great information you provided. Thanks so much!


  2. WOW – that sketch and the stamp set were meant for each other! I LOVE this card – those OA papers are so pretty, and I never did get them – so I love seeing others' projects with them. I just LOVE your card!


  3. Love the paper patchwork swatches and wound bobbin. Sewing themed cards are a great favourite of mine and this is a first class example!


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