I’m so glad you’re here because I have a lovely card design to share with you today. It’s simple to create, yet stunning. Let’s take a look!
Quilt Card Design
Here you can see the card design I’m sharing in today’s tutorial. Isn’t it lovely? It reminds me of an old family quilt. The best part – it’s easy to create!
Featured Stamps – Best Family Ever
The stamp set I used on this card is called Best Family Ever. It’s such a nice set for personalizing cards because it includes stamps that say mom, dad, grandma, grandpa, brother, sister, daughter, son, niece, nephew, granddaughter, grandson, aunt, uncle, ‘in-law’, great, and more. There are so many ways to use it for the special people in your life! Keep scrolling for a link to see the stamps in this set.
To make one of these cards, you’ll need:
- 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ card base
- 4″ x 5 1/4″ mat, embossed
- 4 – 2″ circles from designer paper
- 3″ x 3″ layer
- 3 1/8″ x 3 1/8″ layer
Quilt Card Design Tutorial
To see how easy it is to create this card, watch along here.
Have fun creating these lovely cards, and make sure to take a look at the Best Family ever stamp set below!
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Beautiful card. Can’t wait to make it. Thank you for sharing.
Have a great weekend!!
When I made this years ago, I used cardstock to make a square template the size of the inside square of each folded circle. I laid the square inside each circle and folded to get even folds on each circle. My mom started a a handmade quilt using this design but she never finished it.
I love these two quilt cards using the circle punch. I’m so glad the punches are coming back!!!!!
Yes, I was excited to see them available! Thank you!
**wonderful post**; I, too am over the moon excited about the punches coming back. It’s easier to take a punch to a w.s rather that an mini or regular size b.s…Just my feeling, from experience.
Great, Sue I’m glad you enjoyed this!