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Thread: Making card with fabric

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    Very cute patterns using fabric folding and card stock:
    http://www.circleofcrafters.com/iris...fthemonth.html

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    what a wonderful site! Thank you soooooooo much!

    Patti

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    By the way,where in Michigan are you from? I was born in Grand Rapids,but now my home state is Ohio.

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    Those are really something. Thanks for sharing.

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    What talent...this is brilliant Thank you for making my morning
    By the way, have you noticed that some of the best messages
    are shown on Sunday(s) just before church? Very distracting and hard to hang around for coffee hour....too anxious to get home and really get into the messages.

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    really cute patterns! thanks for sharing. :thumbup:

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    This is an old favourite site of mine. If you like this one, you might also like the tea bag folding sites.

    http://www.squidoo.com/linkstoteabagfolding

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    pretty!

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    so U just use fabric to make the flowers.. Do I understand that right... That looks so exciting.. Do u starch the fabric for crisp folds... going to have to try it..

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    Neat site, will put these on my to do list!

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    It looks like they use paper. Do you use fabric?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattil
    By the way,where in Michigan are you from? I was born in Grand Rapids,but now my home state is Ohio.

    Patti
    Hi Patti, just a couple of hours from GR. I live half way between Lansing and Detroit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by granniegg
    What talent...this is brilliant Thank you for making my morning
    By the way, have you noticed that some of the best messages
    are shown on Sunday(s) just before church? Very distracting and hard to hang around for coffee hour....too anxious to get home and really get into the messages.
    Granniegg, LOL!! You are funny! :-D I haven't noticed. I will have to pay more attention!! I wasn't ready for bed yet and stayed up looking around on the internet. This is what happens! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitkaau
    This is an old favourite site of mine. If you like this one, you might also like the tea bag folding sites.

    http://www.squidoo.com/linkstoteabagfolding
    This is an interesting site too. I bookmarked it as well. Thanks.

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    I thought they used paper for the tea bag folding. lol

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    thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks for answering,I was born in GR,but I was raised more in Detroit until I married and then we moved to Ohio.. I have relatives all over the place in Michigan, Royal Oak, Plymouth,Garden City,Dearborn,plus a few others I can't remember :) I vacation every year up North in a cabin in Gaylord,Love it up there. It's been nice chatting with you.
    Patti

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattil
    By the way,where in Michigan are you from? I was born in Grand Rapids,but now my home state is Ohio.

    Patti
    Patti, I seen this post and just had to let you know that I too was born in Grand Rapids and still live in the area. I used to work at Butterworth Hospital, was born at St Marys.

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    I made some fabric birthday card cards for some of my relatives that are shown on the crafts part on my webshots website below:

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamboat
    I made some fabric birthday card cards for some of my relatives that are shown on the crafts part on my webshots website below:
    Your cards look pretty. I had made some Christmas cards years ago. It had some fabric folding but like the technique from the website I post in the first post on this thread. It looks interesting. Perhaps when I get time I will try it.

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