Quilted card front

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I just love the way that these cards turned out. I found the original on France Martins wed site, and I thought that it would make a great baby card.

This card is in Crystal Blue and White Daisy card stock,quilted card front 2while this one is in Pixie and White daisy card stock.

Here are the measurements and the video.

These are the measurements for the 6’x 4′ card:

Card stock:     4’x 12′        score @ 6′ on the long side.

Matting panel:  5-5/8′ x 3-5/8′.

Front panel for Quilting:  5-1/2′ x 3-1/2′

These are the measurements for the 5-1/2′ x 4-1/4′ Card:

 Card stock: 8-1/2′ x 5-1/2′  score @ 4-1/4′ on long side

Matting Panel:  5-1/8′ x 3-7/8′

Front Panel for Quilting:  5′ x 3-3/4′

 

Baby clothes: cut  @ 2′ from the Artfully Sent Cricut Cartridge Z3017

The words (It’s a Boy and It’s a Girl) are cut from the Artiste Cricut Cartridge Z1790

Here are the other bits and pieces that I used to make these cards:

Trimmer Z1783             CTMH Score Board Z1937

Crystal Blue Card Stock 1292      Pixie Card Stock X5773

White Daisy Card stock 1385

Crystal Ink Z2117       Pixie Ink Z2644

Bitty Sparkles Z1263  and Sponge Daubers Z726

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This is the one for Sarah’s Baby Splash. (We called it that because she had a baby shower for Charlie and a baby sprinkle for Henry).

The colours in this card are Canary and Slate.

Instead of the baby clothes you could put stamped and fussy cut or die cut animals, like a baby lion or a giraffe or even an elephant, or maybe a teddy bear the choice is yours.

I hope that you like these cards and give this technique go.

So till next time, keep on creating 😉

 

 

 

 

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