Monday, April 7, 2014

No-Sew Quilt



 with Dawn

This was fun and only took a bit of time. Cant wait to give it another try when I have more time.


 Good morning and happy Monday to you! I have one foot out the door. All but the darker pink is from Papertrey Ink.
 Thank you so much for stopping by today!



Stylish Sentiments: Birthday Stamp Set
Papertrey Ink - Tag Sale #3 Die Collection (set of 2)
Papertrey Ink - Rustic Wreath Die

43 comments:

  1. Very pretty! I like how you did this...Quilt cards is one of my favorite types of cards.

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  2. PRETTY Marybeth!! I'll have to check out the video, looks like fun!

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  3. Totally love this. That bow is fantastic!

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  4. This is beautiful. The colors you put together just look fabulous.

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  5. Very pretty Marybeth, love that you used rustic wreath!

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  6. Oh, STUNNING! Love the quilted look of your card. It's utterly gorgeous!
    I used to have a quilted blanket on our bed, but after 15 years it was totally worn out ( sorry don't know the correct words to phrase it differently)
    I loved it so much and your card brings back sweet and fond memories of that blanket. Because at the beginning of our marriage we didn't have a lot of money so buying such an expensive blanket was a luxury!
    Thanks for sharing and inspiring!
    Bye,

    Marjolein

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  7. Great card--you wasted no time, Marybeth. I love this, and a tag is the perfect way to showcase your sentiment.

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  8. Awesome!! love the idea of embossing the wreath over these paper blocks :) stunning n inspiring

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  9. Absolutely gorgeous quilt Marybeth and your sentiment tag with the beautiful bow and bits of sequins make for one awesome card!

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  10. hello Mary Beth
    this is a gorgeous card and i like the text stamp and papers.
    i did not forget you, but i had health problems,so i am back again and i wish you a wonderful week.
    hugs from Ann

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  11. Lovely quilted card, Marybeth. You said that one of your sisters lived in Kent, WA and that is so close to me. If you are ever up visiting her, we should make arrangements to get together. That would be so fun.

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  12. So pretty!! I wish I had more time to play with the PTI challenges!

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  13. PRETTY, Marybeth! LOVE the colors and the me bossing and the happy sentiment!

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  14. What a pretty quilt, Marybeth! And that tag is stunning with that bow! Love the sentiment!

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  15. Just lovely! Great technique with the quilted look and all the pretty colors! It makes for a wonderful birthday card!

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  16. I love the "quilted" pattern you used! It reminds me of quilted feathers. I love the tag for the focal point too. I use that birthday set all.the.time! Great job!

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  17. LOVE how this turned out! I had a feeling you would play along with this challenge. :)

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  18. LOVE how this turned out! I had a feeling you would play along with this challenge. :)

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  19. so pretty Marybeth. love all your choices. hoping to give this MIM a try before the week is out

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  20. Beautiful, Marybeth! Love the colors and your wonderful tag. That's such a great sentiment for your focal point.

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  21. That's it! From now on I'm sending my ribbons to you to be tied! Happy card with the bright colors and sweet tag!

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  22. Everything you try turns out beautifully! Perfectly executed! Bravo!

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  23. love your take on the MIM challenge, marybeth... so beautiful!

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  24. The wreath die is so pretty embossed on your card- clever idea marybeth.

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  25. What a gorgeous card this is, from the colors, to the faux quilting, to that beautiful tag and bow, WOW!!!

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  26. So cute Marybeth! Love the red with the softer pastels.

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  27. This is totally kewl, Marybeth! I missed the email from PTI about this Monday challenge, so I'm glad I saw it here. It's (no) sew awesome!! Hugs, Darnell

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  28. So BEAUTIFUL Marybeth!!! Love your card!

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  29. what a lovely embossed quilt behind your wonderful b'day sentiment tag Marybeth!

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  30. Oh how beautiful your quilted card turned out, Marybeth. Rustic Wreath is the perfect die to use too :-)

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  31. Gee, Marybeth, with the long list of comments, I'm going to have to start calling you "Darnell #2", lol!! Seriously though, this is a wonderful quilt card. Love that you've added a tag, and how the ribbon and sequins pick up the colors from your 'quilt'. This is just beautiful. You're the bomb!! Bev

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  32. Oh I always love to see what you do for MIM! This is stunning! I wish I had more time to play along, this looks like a real fun one and I love anything quilty looking! Beautiful work! :)

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  33. Outstanding!! Your design is simply lovely!

    Patti

    Blog Candy at my blog!! all you need do to have a chance to win is leave a comment on my latest post. I hope you'll stop by and say hi.

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  34. So awesome that you used the wreath die to get the quilted look! Love that!! Wonderful results, Marybeth.

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  35. Stunning Marybeth. Love the solid blocks of color and the wreath design...

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  36. Oh my, I would love to have a real quilt made in these soft gorgeous colors. Love the subtle embossing on the card. You are the queen of sequins with all those wonderful colors. It's a perfect touch.

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  37. Great background with the embossing paste. The colors on the feathers are so pretty and blend so well. They make me think of a peacock they are so colorful.

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  38. I'm so sorry about the last comment. I am having so much trouble with Internet Explorer. I was trying to comment on Colleen's blog and it wouldn't let me. So I typed it out again and your blog was still up I guess. I am so frustrated with IE. That's why the former comment is so weird!

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  39. Oh my goodness--this is so beautiful! I didn't get to try that technique, but you've made me want to do it now, Marybeth!

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