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Jolly Holiday Quilt

Wouldn't you just love to have a quilt that looked like this one?

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This is one of the cards I received in a monthly card swap I participate in.  Rhea Hughes is the creator of this cute  top note quilt.    Here's what she used to  make her quilt.
Stamps:  Word Play
Paper:  Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Very Vanilla, and Jolly Holiday DSP (designer series paper).
Ink : Cherry Cobbler
Punches:  Scallop edge border, 2 3/8" Scallop circle , 1 3/4" circle punch, 1 1/4" square punch
Big Shot:  Top Note die
Extras: Vanilla satin ribbon and Basic Pearls

Here's how she made the quilt.  She punched out 12  1 -1/4" squares.  She glued them on to a piece of cardstock and then cut it with the Top Note die and Big Shot.  That's the easiest quilt you'll ever make.  Rhea also dyed the pearls so they were Cherry Cobbler.  Squeeze a few drops of Cherry Cobbler reinker onto a plate, brush some of the reinker over the pearls and then sprinkle clear embossing powder over the pearl and heat with a heat gun.  Now you have colored pearls!  Lots of fun tricks were used to make this card and now you know them too! 

If you need anything for Christmas please let me know or place the order online  before December 15th.  That is the day SU is recommending to insure delivery by Christmas. 


Jerri Brown

I really like this quilt idea. wow it would be great for a get well card.
Thanks for sharing

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