Elm Street Quilts offered to host a postcard exchange and I signed up to exchange with someone.
Here is a photo of the postcard that I made, and sent, for the exchange:
I wrote about the postcard exchange, my recipient’s word for inspiration (plunge), and my fabric postcard which was mailed to Texas. You can find that post here.
My word for my postcard exchange partner was ‘garden’. It isn’t very original, and definitely wide open to interpretation.
When I received my postcard, I was thrilled. I am so ready for color and this postcard provides color and cheer!
Thank you so much to Christina from Iowa! I couldn’t be happier and this card is now on display in my happy place…the sewing studio!
If you would like to see more fabric postcards from participants of the exchange, then click on the following links:
Denise @ DottieDoodle
Isis @ Creation d’Isis
Karen @ Run Sew Fun
Lynette @ What A Hoot Quilts
Laura @ LC’s Cottage
Lisa @ Sunlight in Winter Quilts
Marsha @ Quilter in Motion
Michelle @ Creative Blonde
Paige @ Quilted Blooms
Patty @ Elm Street Quilts
Sandra @ mmm! quilts
Susan @ California Fiber and Music
Valerie @ Val’s Quilting Studio
There are lots of fabric postcard tutorials online. Here’s a couple to get you started:
If you are on Pinterest, then simply search ‘fabric postcard tutorials’…lots comes up!
Creating fabric postcards can be addictive! Have fun!
I am linking up with Elm Street Quilts for a postcard parade! Check us out!