Monday, February 13

*whew, that was close


So.. as I told you almost a month ago, getting an early start on something doesn't always insure that I will get the job done on time!   I mailed my first lot of  fabric Valentine post cards last week, but still had quite a few that I needed to finish.  Those were completed on Friday and put in the mail on Saturday morning, whew!  I would have loved to make more for other dear people in my life, but the fact is, it didn't happen. It is the chickens fault, the goats fault, the baby chicks fault, etc.. they all need my attention.



Here are the links to the first ones I completed: Link 1,    Link 2,   Link 3

It was really fun making these fabric post cards, your imagination is the limit when it comes to making these unique cards.  I did not make a tutorial because so many already have done so, you can find some tips on how to create fabric post cards for any occasion by visiting NeedledMom, or this YouTube Video.   I am not connected to either of these blogs/video in any way, they do not know I have recommended you visit them.

7 comments:

  1. Those are super cute! Had to "pin it" so I could remember this for next year!

    Its just a little to late for me to tackle it for this Valentine's Day, lol

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  2. Uber cute, Lynnie. How cool it would be to receive one for a Valentine. :)

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  3. SUPer cute postcards! :-)

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    Thank you! :-)

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  4. So sweet! I should have made some for my grandkids.

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  5. Oh, how sweet! I did fabric post cards in the past and loved them. I think I'll start doing them again after seeing your sweet cards. I think my grandkids would like these too. Happy Valentine's Day.

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