Still playing

I can’t seem to get a good photo of these cards but I finished up the tree (my favorite city to visit in the spring is Washington DC in case you were still wondering) and then played a bit with the small die cutter I’d ordered from Joann’s — again, it’s Deb’s fault. These are both a lot cuter than the photos shows.
Now, I think I’ll go down, load a top, and start the quilting. I haven’t been very productive the last couple days.

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  1. I bought fabric yesterday to try one of these out…so weird that you posted on these today. Also, I groomed Cici yesterday so I want to share it!Very pretty postcards…as always…spring is calling!

  2. Not a thing wrong with these photos and I love the work I’m seeing. Of course I can’t help but be in love with the Cherry Blossoms but I also love the work you’ve done with the greenery. Very pretty.Have a good quilty day!

  3. Very cute idea. And you did these freehand with the new machine? And just right for spring. The beading for the cherries is wonderful…. love it!

  4. Hi Mary,Its good to have a break now and then, you work so hard at your quilts, it must be fun for you to make something soooo small. They are great, I love the cherry blossom one best I think, shouldnt pick favourites I know!!! They look good to me, sometimes I know it is hard to get the colours right on the old computer. We does us best dont we? jan in uk

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