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>> Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Welcome!

If you're a daily visitor to our blog you know that our new Designer Quilt Square makes awesome quilt blocks in any color, so today I'd like to show you the opposite!

That's right - our quilt square is not just for making quilt squares as you can see by my background today!







And it was so simple too!  On a folded white card (using black dye ink) I stamped our new Designer Quilt Square as close to center as possible and at a diamond angle.  I turned the card on an angle and stamped the quilt square in rows across and down my card.  Using a dark gray marker, I colored in the white spaces between each quilt square.  Then it got really easy!  I stamped our Nothing Goes Right Greeting on white card stock and cut it out in the diamond shape.  The colored tabs were pierced through the corners and it was all layered on a gray to match my marker color. That's it!

Thanks for stopping by today!  Drop us a comment on how you would use our new Designer Quilt Square.  We'd love to hear your ideas!




6 comments:

Samantha said...

I love a background that makes my eyes go all wonky! We have a winner! Love the colored tabs too. Very cute!

Shelia said...

Great background using the quilt square!! Never would have thought of this!!

Karin said...

The bright tabs in the center look great against the creative black & white card and really make the sentiment stand out!

Robin Clendenning said...

Love it!! Love the squares as a diamond! They look so wonderful that way! I think I'll have to try that the next time I'm using it!! I love the variation!
Love the color turn tabs too!

Janett Ray said...

Very cool, kind of like a eye test. But the colored tabs make it all come together. Great thinking out side the box.

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Very cool, Sue! Love the pops of color w/ the little whatchamacallits (I can never remember the names of these things). Hey, send us a pic of Samantha's wonky eyes, lol.

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