Sunday, February 9, 2014

Create & Decorate Magazine Article ~ Rubber Stamped Skinny Quilt

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Hi Everyone,

I just had one of my designs published in the Create & Decorate January/February 2014 issue. It is a fun and simple project. Here is a photo of the magazine cover:


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This is a very fun magazine. They have mostly primitive type projects, which I love!
Here is the actual project I designed for the magazine.

This is a fun project and you'll love adding all of the embellishments!
I used Batik fabric, Buttons from Buttons Galore & More, and added lace, ribbon and beaded trim to embellish the skinny quilt. The rubber stamps were designed by a friend of mine. Her name is Ann Butler. She also has a line of stamp inks by Clearsnap Color Box. The project is 8" x 31-1/2".

So, get your fabrics and embellishments out and have fun!

xoxo
Denise

14 comments :

  1. Wonderful, Denise. You are so talented. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

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  2. Hi Denise!

    What a great article using Ann Butler Designs stamp line. Your project is just beautiful!!!!! Thank you for sharing!!!

    Lisa
    By Lisa Rojas

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    1. Thanks for the nice compliment, Lisa! I had a lot of fun making it. Ann's stamps are so versatile.

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  3. Denise, I want to thank you for showcasing my "Faux Quilting" Stamp Line from Unity Stamp Company in your article!
    By Ann Butler

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    1. I'm glad you liked the project, Ann, your stamps are fun to work with!

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  4. Congrats Denise!! This is so much fun. I have always wanted to embellish a quilt with all those fun items. Now I have a reason to try.

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    1. Thank you! This project is soooo perfect for that! Enjoy!

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  5. Very pretty!
    By Carol Bledsoe

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  6. I like it. Maybe there is some great stamps in my collection that I forgotten all about!
    By Karen Prout

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    1. I bet those stamps you have that are more of a "background" pattern would work great! these are actual quilt stamps, that "butt" up next to each other for creating a block.

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