How To Make A Quilt Card
So how can you make that centerpiece? Well, to begin with, you will need to cut 4 squares of paper. Each one was 1″. Then, cut the squares with scissors like I’ve shown you in the picture below.
Now that you have the pieces ready, you will start to put them in place on the white square. (This square was made by using the Stitched Shapes Framelits and the Big Shot machine)
Start with the larger pieces first.
Then place the smaller yellow pieces in, lining them up with the pink. Now, they aren’t going to be perfectly symmetrical, but… I found one good way to hold them in place was to use post-it note holders.
I used the post-it notes to keep them in place while I glued each one down.
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