Quilted Paper Postcards

Hand painted collage papers (Photo by iHanna - Hanna Andersson)

Remember these? Some of the papers I was filling with colours turned into postcards, some sent out, others waiting for stamps and/or occasion. I love how they look:

Quilt Postcards

Quilt Postcard II (Photo by iHanna - Hanna Andersson)

And while the sewing machine was out, I made two fabric postcards too:

Fabric Postcards (Photo by iHanna - Hanna Andersson)

Fun fun fun! What did you make today?

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9 Responses to Quilted Paper Postcards

  1. Diana Trout says:

    Love these postcards and everything about them. Yes! How inspiring! I was busily making suminagashi papers today for an upcoming project.

  2. lee says:

    The only art form I had time to do today is a visual journal page. But I had fun doing it. I so love your blog, so very interesting. I love these quilted postcards.

  3. Kim Mailhot says:

    So amazing and colorful. I have no room on my table for my machine right now . :( too much other art going on. :) Maybe next week, the stitches can come back for a visit.
    Enjoy your art making, Hanna !

  4. gorgeous postcards! what a wonderful surprise for someone’s mailbox! :) thank you for your visit to my blog and your kind comments. i love projects that use up leftover scraps or recycles materials in some way. funny thing: i ran across your blog a while back but forgot to bookmark it and couldn’t remember how to get back to it. but now here i am, hooray! what a lovely coincidence.

    happy art making!

    nicole

  5. Tally says:

    If you want an occasion I could name you an adress :-)

    Being crafty feels so good!
    Tally

  6. Shellyfish says:

    These are so pretty! Thank you for re-inspiring me. I used to make handmade cards with sewn-on fabric and haven’t in ages…thanks for the little nudge.

  7. Amy says:

    The bottom one is my favourite!

  8. Lynn says:

    i like the fabrics and the stitching on the last one best!

  9. These are wonderful – I love the colors!

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