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Thread: Fabric Postcards for Christmas

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    Super Member coopah's Avatar
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    You're very creative! What a nice way to remember friends and family. My pictures come out large, too...I take them on an iPad. But it's okay, that way we can see the details! Nice, nice, nice!
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    ​These are very cool, so glad you posted them!

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    Those are just awesome. Wow how do you do that, really were you an art major in school? You are talented.

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    They are lovely.

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    they are all so pretty

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    I commend your talent and patience. They are all beautiful.
    Rosie the "ripper"

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    Wow. Thanks for posting. I love all of them. Very creative.

    Linda

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    No need to apoligize for the large size photos. I love seeing all the details clearly. Many posts are too small to see any detail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by love to sew View Post
    Those are just awesome. Wow how do you do that, really were you an art major in school? You are talented.
    Thank you all for the compliments. I've been trading with people online for a few years now, having made and received over 500 FPCs. Usually I am so busy creating for swaps that my family and friends do not get them from me. Last year I decided I needed to make them a priority at least for Christmas. I do try to send some to my grands for their b'days or different holidays too .

    Here is a quick one that I sent for my youngest granddaughter who was born 12-11-12 ... The images are a technique called Tape Transfer, they were cut from a catalog.

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    Warm quilt hugs, Sue in CA
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    Your fabric postcards are gorgeous. You don't mail them out too, do you?


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