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Thread: Quilter's Greeting Cards

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    I have the same ones as your DWR ones. Nicely embossed. Also another set in a different pattern. They were very expensive, so they only get used for someone who will truly appreciate them!

    I'm making some with pics I've taken of the quilts, and will have a description on the back of the card with another related picture of a close up or perhaps the back of the quilt if it is interesting.

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    there are several NEW lines coming out..somebody must sell them!

    I can order them, but have to tell you..they are really pricey..so I only do "special orders" on them!

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    We have a little store that sells a few cards that are "quilt related", but they're quite pricey. I bought one last year, it was $4.00.

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    Very pretty

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    I love them too. I usually find them in quilt shops or specialty card shops. Also in Quilt Magazines sometimes they have an online shop you can investigate.

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    I did a demonstration of making postcards with scrap fabric at a quilt show and one man spent probably half an hour watching. He thought it was the most fascinating thing he had ever seen! Just couldn't wrap his mind around making postcards on a sewing machine! They make nice greeting cards for many occasions. I used lots of fancy fabrics and ribbons and braids as well as occasional sequins and beads.

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    I've been making quilt block Christmas cards for over 10 years now and will start selling blank ones soon. They're fabric, not printed. Here's a sampling.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider
    I've been making quilt block Christmas cards for over 10 years now and will start selling blank ones soon. They're fabric, not printed. Here's a sampling.

    I would love to know when you sell them here. Thanks for sharing. The ones you show are really nice. Blanks are good too.

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    Sometimes you find them at a quilt shop. I have some but can't bring myself to part with them after I buy them! 8-)

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    I love cards, & would love to make them.Where do you buy card stock?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer22206
    Thanks! :) Know what - I'll see what I can do about making some quilting themed ones. It'll take a few days, I can only work on them an hour or two each night.

    I'll make them into a PDF file that ya'll can print at home if you'd like. You'd just need cardstock for your printer (and a color printer)

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