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Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Quilted With Love.....

Hello everyone: A new challenge is on at the SHOPPING OUR STASH blog and we hope you can find a bit of time in your Summer activities to play along.  The theme is GEOMETRIC FIGURES, so get your circles and squares, rectangles and triangles, or whatever other geometric figures you have in your stash and join my teammates and me in the gallery.
This is my card, hope it inspires you to play.


As you can see, there is minimum stamping on this card, I just punched the Hexagons with a retired SU punch out of all of my Lili of the Valley scraps, taped them together and for the middle, I added a die cut circle I had in my stash of leftovers, then added some "stitching" with a gray marker.
I glued this "quilt" to a doily and stamped the sentiment on a banner I had also already cut.
The background pattern paper is from Lili of the Valley.

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This is how the INSIDE of my card looks like.


Both the sentiment and the little flower are from the same set.

I hope you join us in the SHOPPING OUR STASH gallery, we can't wait to see what you create.
Please visit the blog to admire my teammates' fabulous cards.

Thank you for stopping by, I always read every single comment you so kindly leave on my posts, I want you to know I appreciate them more than words can express.
Until next time, happy stamping.
Hugs from Maria.

7 comments:

Chana Harris said...

This is very pretty! I like your focal grouping!
Hugz,
Chana

lauren bergold said...

oooooooooooh i love your HEXIES! i actually had to read the description to see if this was paper or fabric... your little "quilt" looks SO REAL! ♥

Chris Dring said...

Such pretty paper to use as your quilted hexies! This is so cute!

Brian King said...

Such sweet colors! A beautiful, geometric design, Maria!

Mary Fish said...

Darling mix of pretty patterns, Maria!

Leslie Miller said...

Well, how about that! Great inspiration, Maria! Your geometric shapes are as pretty as they come. Love that you did this as a quilt design with all those sweet papers on the doily. I just love it!

Aileen said...

beautiful, you truly know how to think outside the box. I never seem able to come up with an idea, more I see an idea then can go with it. This is amazing, so very very pretty.