Thursday, April 19, 2012

More Quilt Blocks

Yesterday I posted the "vertical" version of these layered quilt cards (see this post for links to the pattern and other quilt card links).
Today's version has a Bible verse on the side (from Biblical Impressions).
I changed the layers a bit -- using the same papers, but changed the order I put them on.
I used a Sharpie marker for the faux stitching.


13 comments:

Little Birdie Blessings said...

Your cards are beautiful. It must have taken a lot of time to make each one, they are so detailed. Thanks so much for linking these to Scripture Thursday. ~ Abby

Julia Aston said...

These quilt cards are gorgeous! what a lot of work on each one - love the colors you used - just beautiful!

Karen Letchworth said...

I agree with Abby - they're beautiful, and look very detailed like they took a lot of time. I hope you are able to either sell them or give them as gifts. What a wonderful blessing they will be to someone. Thanks for sharing them with us in the challenge at Word Art Wedneday this week. We're so blessed that you're a part of the challenge.
Have a wonderful week!
Blessings,
Karen L
Word Art Wednesday

Christa said...

These are fantastic! I love quilt blocks, and you've chosen papers that look like they could be fabrics. Great job!

Dawn said...

Lovin these quilt cards! Yours are beautiful, you chose some awesome colors. Hugs, Dawn

Natalie said...

Fantastic cards! Love the quilted look. This is a lovely pattern. God bless!

Jennifer said...

I have never seen such wonderful paper quilts before! I just love them! Thank you so much for sharing with us at Word Art Wednesday!

Becky Green said...

How VERY ORIGINAL!!!!!!!!! Your little quilt squares make me think of oragami! They're BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!! I'm SURE everyone that receives one LOVES THEM!!! I think they'd look SPLENDID, FRAMED!!!!!!!! :)

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

Amazing! Paper quilts. What a brilliant idea. I should try out your technique for my Auntie the quilter, since I'm hopeless with fabric. Love the patterns you've used. ;-)

Mynnette said...

Esther, these are absolutely amazing! Gonna have to pin this and try it out--maybe I'll do it as a tutorial on Technique Tuesday!!! LOVE it! :)

Wendy Swenne said...

Oeh... I love the quilted look on it. Thanks for the inspiration.
Thanks for playing along with WAW.

Just me said...

Wowza! These are gorgeous!

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

Your quilt blocks are beautiful. You most certainly have a gift. Blessings!