|Notecards and envelopes.|
|Four fabrics with variety of prints and scale. These were|
cut approximately the size of the card and then
backed with a sheet of " iron on" bonding material.
|The fabrics were directly stacked one on top of the other.|
Three cuts were made with a rotary cutter,
through all four layers.
|The fabrics were rearranged with each fabric appearing.|
Once the composition was determined,
they were bonded to the card with careful heat application.
|Four little cards.|
The design could be smaller to accommodate
writing a message on the front.
|Novelty fabrics work great to fussy cut.|
|Fun results with colorful combinations|
Sometimes glue works better with the smaller pieces.
|Transparency experiments with four fabrics.|
|Transparency plaids and modern designs.|