This week I had the idea for two new ways to display my quilted cards. The first picture is mounted on card stock, as usual. The second picture is mounted on a 9 x 12 canvas that I painted, then added footprints with a Sharpie. The third one is mounted on a piece of fabric that has been quilted. Both are really simple ways to turn a card into a wall hanging.
I don't have a pattern ready for this particular design yet, but this idea would work with most of my card patterns. To see them click here.
Also, my Facebook "like" contest is still going on, until Friday, Sept, 13 at noon Alaska time.
If you "like" my page (by clicking the button on the sidebar to the right, not the button at the bottom of this post...) and let me know in a comment or on my Facebook page since I don't always get notifications... you will be entered in a drawing for a finished quilted card. If you have already "liked" my page, you can still enter by finding a friend to like it, I will enter both of you in the drawing.
Beret Nelson's On The Trail Creations Blog Page
I am a homeschooling mom of three fun kids, who are now old enough that I have a little time to pursue my passion for sewing! After several years of making quilted cards and art quilts, I'm now designing kits and patterns. Some of my designs have been in Keepsake Quilting and Art Quilting Studios magazine! I teach classes online, and am starting to do more traveling and teaching. I also have many tutorials, including some on YouTube. I am blessed to live in Alaska where I am surrounded by the inspiration provided by the beauty of God's creation!
Free card pattern and also an e-book, and a quilt planning checklist!
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I am also an independent distributor for Plexus supplements, since I credit them with enabling me to be healthy enough to do all these fun things! They target blood sugar and gut health, which are at the root of so many modern health issues. E-mail me for more info, or check out my website! I am as passionate about getting people healthy as I am about getting people creating :-)