So today I'm going to do a tutorial on the SU Top Note Quilt card. This can easily adapted to all of the Spellbinder dies also.
I start out by picking out paper that coordinates with my card stock. I find it easier to cut strips of DSP then cut them to 1" squares. I have a punch but its uses more paper and I think cutting strips is faster.
You need 20 squares for the completed Top Note make sure you piece it out before you glue it all down.
I know that it takes four squares up and five across so I try to line up the 1" squares with the notches so all the squares will be even on the cut.
I then put the quilt on the Top Note die and run it through the Big Shot.
As you can see the quilts come out pretty even if you match it up with the die cut outline.
Last step is to finish your card I used a Martha Stewart boarder punch, a computer generated greeting and SU ribbon.
Inside the card I used some of the Marcella K DSP and the large scallop Marvy punch with a Gina K design "Quilt Sampler" You can scroll down in my blog and see all the quilt cards I've made. Each time you make one its so different with colors and patterns you will find yourself returning to this pattern time and time again for the versatility of the card. If you need to contact me please email me at: AZGramTN@bellsouth.net
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