Blueberry Crisp Quilt card

This is a super easy card to make and you can use any designer paper pack (I used Blueberry Crisp from Stampin Up). Just pick at least 4 different sheets, punch out 3 squares (1 1/4 inch) from each sheet.  Cut a piece of white cardstock at 5 x 3 3/4 and glue all 12 squares to this piece using  a random pattern but try not to get the same ones next to each other. Then run this piece through the Big shot using the top note die (place paper face down). After you run it through using the top note die, then choose any embossing folder you want and run it through again using the embossing folder. It will create this neat quilted look. It is a great way to use up random pieces of your designer packs that you might have left over.


I used the paper daisies and antique brads to embellish mine. You can also see the embossed pattern if you look really close.

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2 thoughts on “Blueberry Crisp Quilt card”

  1. I am so anxious to try this.  This is the best idea to use up those small pieces that I am so reluctant to dispose of.  As a 2nd grade teacher, I take my punches to school and let my students punch out owls, birds, and shapes for Math.  Those scraps punch out pretty good.

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