|I mailed this to my husband several years ago; still sits in his office|
I used a tiny yo-yo in the postcard at the top of the page.
Bits and pieces of trim and rick rack add some pizzazz to a card. Notice that I use a decorative/blanket stitch along the edges. That's how I join it to a cardstock backing.
|Don't you just love this dancing groundhog?|
|Tiny bits of trim and fuzzy yarn; wool felt packages|
|My daughter bought me a pair of green sneakers and I sent this to thank her!|
Then how about using a specialty edge rotary blade to trim the postcard? I straight stitched around the sides first. Used freezer paper to cut the "picture frame"; added fusible webbing to back of red fabric. And yes, there is batting in there. So, this is quilt related!
|An excellent way to capture a novelty print|
|Little 3" paper pieced boat; sewing machine letters|
One of my paper pieced trees
|I still have this; postage on back is $.39, so you know it was several years ago!|
Hope you enjoyed seeing some of my postcards!