Saturday, March 21, 2015

CMCC #63

It's been a long time since I've done the Colour Me! challenge but when I saw the colors I was already working on a card for another challenge with the same colors.  I ended up making two cards, so I'll post one here and the other one later.


I used the MFT quilt block die and a variety of papers.  The sentiment is computer generated.  It's almost as much fun and a lot less expensive than the ones I make with fabric. ;)


Thanks for stopping by.  Your visits and comments are always appreciated.

13 comments:

  1. Quilting and paper crafting are a lot alike, I think. I think about combining certain patterns and colors in a way that's pleasing to the eye and that's about the same concept when picking fabrics for quilting! Your card is beautiful and I love the sentiment you made to go with it! Thanks for playing along with us at Colour Me...! ♥

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  2. So wonderful, Bobby... I thought of you immediately when I saw that MFT die.
    =] M

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  3. I love this die and you used it perfectly! It looks just like a quilt! Thanks for playing along with us at Colour Me!

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  4. LOVE!!!!!! Love Colour Me too..to many challenges and not enough time for sure! You really out did yourself Bobby!

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  5. Love this quilted design Bobby. Great mix of papers! xx

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  6. This card is FABULOUS!!! I love the sentiment and the gorgeous quilt square reminds me of my Grammie :) Thank you so much for taking the time to share with us this week at Colour Me...! Hope to see you around again soon!!!

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  7. These colors work great with the quilt pattern - makes a terrific card!

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  8. This really does look like a pretty quilt. Love the patterns and colors you used.

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  9. Oh my, Bobby - your quilted card is ever so pretty! The patterns, the layout...wow! Impressive in every way!
    Hugs~c

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  10. Wonderful card! Love the colors and prints.

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  11. How gorgeous, Bobby ... such a wonderful combination of patterns and colours ... lovely! Do hope you'll share photo's of the quilts you have on the go when they're finished! Anita :)

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