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Thread: How to Make a Fabric Postcard

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    Senior Member CookieZenmilk's Avatar
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    i like the satin stitch too. sometimes i get lazy and i just straight stitch or zigzag. anything goes really. no rules.
    a quilter, a baker, a picture-taker

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    i make shaker box postcards. i follow the above directions, but i put a layer of clear plastic, you get it at Joanns by the table cloth fabrics. I get different glitters from the party store, this time, happy birthday, and sew along all the edges to keep glitter inside. They are cute, and different than most postcards. I did birthday this year, and I'll do Christmas this year too. I'm starting now to get a jump on it.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Thanks for the tutorial......

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    Great tutorial and follow up tutorial! I think I can do this!
    “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”
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    I have seen the swaps posted and always wondered how these are done. Thanks for the tutorial.

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    Thank u for the tutorial, now I can see what I have or what I need.. Ready for my challenge..

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    Love the tutorials, great reminders for fun projects.

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    Fun tutorial! Very nice! Like Lynnie I like to add things like glitter, buttons, or sequins and mark the envelope (Hand Cancel).
    thanks for refreshing my memory! Dgd will be happy you did!
    ps. Those Pom poms gave me the giggles. ��������
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    This is really cute! Thank you!
    Jean

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