Uncommon Cards by Jeanne Williamson
With the holidays over, I'm left with a plethora of paper, ribbon, and packaging. So, I thought this would be the opportune time to review Uncommon Cards since it's all about making cards with recycled objects. The book features 52 projects to make stationary using found materials combined with sewn designs.
One important thing I should point out is that all the cards require machine sewing. The photo above is a good example. Even though it is possible to hand stitch the cards, I wouldn't recommend it.
One of my favorite parts about the book is all the rich textures created from combining different materials and sewing stitches. Honestly, has a garlic bag ever looked so sophisticated?
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