Monday, May 23, 2022

3 Fabric Postcards

Hello my postcard loving friends. I created 3 fabric postcards using the Crossover II Die Cutting machine from Crafter's Edge and the Tea Time Set die cut and the 0.5" Increment Circle set die cut.

I used some scrappy pieced neutral colored backgrounds for all 3 postcards and then fused the appliqué pieces on top. Satin stitched the edges all around the postcards in white thread. All 3 postcards measure 5" x 7". I usually make 4" x 6" postcards, but I like this slightly larger size. They would be suitable to frame in a standard 5 x 7 frame or a mat with an opening size that's 5 x 7 with a larger frame.

A single teacup and saucer.

I stacked 2 teacups here.

Appliqué circles.

I stamped all the backs of the postcards like this.

These were a fun little project made faster by using the die cuts. I like to have a few postcards on hand to send out for birthdays and other occasions. 

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  1. Those are just wonderful. Someone’s going to be very lucky to get them in the mail. They’re just so whimsical and fun great job as always

  2. Those would make great little gifts, get a mug and a tea bag to go with your cup postcard.

  3. These are sew neat! I had to look at them on your blog too, just to see them more closely. I like the way you quilted first and then appliqued. Do you really send them as postcards or do you put them in special envelopes when you mail them?

  4. Love your fabric postcards Daryl. Super sweet.


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