I’m so excited to have new fabric postcards to mail out!
I don’t know what I’d do without Pinterest inspiration these days.
I hope this bright cheery flower brings a smile to my recipient’s face, and joyful feelings whenever she looks at it.
This artsy collage has arrived at it’s destination. It made it’s own story as I found scrap pieces to create it.
It said to me, which I in turn said to Tera...
And this test design block turned postcard was sent to an acquaintance quilter who could not believe my fabric postcards could go through the mail.
And more to come.
Happy Mail Day!
Annie, I love them all, as usual, but that flower is a gorgeous postcard! You rock with making these!
Who doesn't love happy colorful mail? You are the master (or mistress??? LOL!) of postcard making Annie! Since Balloon Fiesta is coming here in just over a week, have you ever made a hot air balloon postcard? Just curious because I know your would look fabulous!
Oh, beautiful! Such inspiration, Annie!
That flower postcard is just darling, and inspire me a lot. You mind if I try to make one myself?
Annie the Amazing Fabric Postcard Creator! I love each of them and you for sending them to those most appreciative. Falling into Autumn Bliss...<3
Annie I'm loving all of your cards but the Cheery Flower is over the top. Great work.
These are all absolutely spectacular! You blow me away. I also find it amazing that they go through the post office. So cool.. thank you again for my lovely surprise! You do spectacular work!!!!
The flower is fantastic and do I see some ragged edges here! - how very arty, I love it. It goes marvellously well against the green batik.
The second one with the machine-embroidered leave is tremendous too like a scrappy postcard - scrappy in the best possible artistic way. I love the little snowflake for winter.
And like your third recipient I cannot imagine how these postcards come unscathed through the mail, often over enormous lands and seas - but they do.
A favourite? - can't choose between the first and second - maybe the first, but then maybe the second.
Annie, What a treat to see your fabric post cards again. They are all wonderful, creative and well done and I feel I happy when I look at them. Love the message on the cupcake postcard.
Oh my gosh! I feel just the same way that you do about winter! Can we figure out a way to skip it? LOL
Oh...I just love your post cards....
Your quilted post cards are the best!!!!!
Annie, Fantastic as always! The thread painting on the flower....wow! Hugs, Dawn
Love these. Do you bind your postcards? Also, did you improv your fabric for the flower I.e. charms and strips?
Hello, I do bind my postcards, but not like a quilt as I use paper cardstock on the correspondence side. I have a tutorial showing how I make my postcards here: https://freezeframe03.blogspot.com/2021/07/fabric-postcard-tutorial.html. Sometimes I do improv designs, sometimes controlled applique, sometimes paper piecing, etc.
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