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Thread: My fabric postcard swap tutorial

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    Super Member abdconsultant's Avatar
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    There are a lot of tutorials on the web regarding fabric postcards. This is how I do it. Maybe you will find something that will help you. I can't wait to see everyone's cards. Join my swap if you can. If you look at my older picture posts you will see the various magnets and postcards I've made.
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    No tute? :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airwick156
    No tute? :(
    you need to download the pdf file shown within the message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airwick156
    No tute? :(
    Click on the (download) on the bottom of her post and the tute is there.

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    Great tutorial!

    Thanks. I have tons of little pieces. LOL :lol:

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    Great tutorial

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    Quote Originally Posted by abdconsultant
    There are a lot of tutorials on the web regarding fabric postcards. This is how I do it. Maybe you will find something that will help you. I can't wait to see everyone's cards. Join my swap if you can. If you look at my older picture posts you will see the various magnets and postcards I've made.
    It tells me the file is damaged and can't be repaired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valleyquiltermo
    Quote Originally Posted by abdconsultant
    There are a lot of tutorials on the web regarding fabric postcards. This is how I do it. Maybe you will find something that will help you. I can't wait to see everyone's cards. Join my swap if you can. If you look at my older picture posts you will see the various magnets and postcards I've made.
    It tells me the file is damaged and can't be repaired.
    You might try it on a new day after you have turned your computer off and gotten back on again. I get glitches now and then, and then I will try it again, only to have it work correctly. I have opened her download pdf file twice and it works perfectly. Hope this helps. :-D

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    Thanks, it's very neat.

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