Here's my version of this months postcard for Pat. It's not my usual style so I wasn't too sure if it worked or not so I gave Pat the choice that if she positively hated it to let me know and I would still have time to have another go. I'm glad to say that she likes it so it will be in the post before the weekend.
I used some of the fabrics I dyed a while ago. First I bondawebbbed (is that a word???) some blue swirls from one of the vases on to the background. In Photoshop I cut and pasted the daisy on to a new page and printed it on to T-shirt transfer paper which I searched high and low for and couldn't find until I suddenly looked down by my computer. I must have put it down the side of the computer when I was having a clean out, doh!!! I cut around the daisy and ironed it on to the postcard. I felt there where a few gaping holes so machine stitched a few more swirls on to the background.
This is the postcard I received in the lunchtime post from Carol you can find out how she made it here.
I put the Calendar Girls postcards in clear plastic holders on the magnetic board I have on the wall so I can look at them.
I've had a glue gun for a while but not used it much so I can see I'll have to have a go with it.
Little Red Riding Hood - These blocks were made from part of a charm pack, using the colours in the fabrics. I didn't have a lot of the brown or pale blue, so there aren't as man...
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