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Thread: 3D Giant Flying Geese Hanging Wall Pouch Concept

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    Senior Member stitchinbee's Avatar
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    Ok, I found a tutorial for 3D Flying Geese. I adapted it to my liking. I added the pink part to the geese and made the entire design bigger. I have inserted a photo in the top left corner for demonstration purposes. These are not the fabrics that I have in mind, they are just some I have on my pc. Let me know what you all think? :)
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    very cute! this would also be cute in Christmas fabrics to store Christmas cards

    are you using EQ program and if so what version #, awesome

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    I really like it. Use christmas colors and you have a christmas card holder....Lots of possibilities.

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    Yes that would make a wonderful card holder for the holidays.

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    Cute, Could also cut off at one column (at end of middle yellow) and place near phone or use as organizer....maybe elongate.

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    I actually use Paint Shop Pro 7, have been using it for about 11 years. all free-hand. :)

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    Very cute!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marymm
    Cute, Could also cut off at one column (at end of middle yellow) and place near phone or use as organizer....maybe elongate.
    I like that idea! Of course our phones are cordless and are usually someplace else!

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    that is fabulous girl!!

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    That is REALLY cool!!!

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    Would you be willing to share where you found the tute on this? Looks like a really awesome idea. Thank you for sharing your idea with all of us. :)

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    I love it! You are very creative :D:D:D

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    thank you all very much. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by marymm
    Cute, Could also cut off at one column (at end of middle yellow) and place near phone or use as organizer....maybe elongate.
    I like the organizer idea.

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    Great idea for Christmas cards!

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    I think this is a great idea! Looking forward to seeing one made up. Be sure to post that as well!

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    I like it...will you be doing a tutorial when you make one?

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    yes , do a tutorial please! amazing card holder!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stitchinbee

    oops, i should of looked at this first..it is a tutorial! we just have to make it bigger!

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    It could be used for all of out sewing stuff.

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    lol.. sue, that is exactly what i had in mind. :)

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    Ingenious...great for a lot of uses.

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    Love that Idea for christmas cards! Very talented and creative you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    very cute! this would also be cute in Christmas fabrics to store Christmas cards
    Definitely a great idea for Christmas cards!

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