They are lovely.
Very nice. I've never sent any in a plastic protector and all have reached their destination. It's like anything else; sometimes things get lost in the mail. Don't give up. It's such fun to do and SO much fun to receive.
Thanks. They're fun and really fast to make. I used double-sided fusible Timtex for its similarity to a good postcard.
These are wonderful really love very first one!
Juline , I use the double-sided fusible Timtex also but have used Pellon's double sided fusible. Both work equally well. I should show some of my fabric postcards here too. Maybe a Fabric Postcard group would be a fun group to have! Then we can start exchanging them!!Anyone onboard with this? There are some great tutorials (I recommend this tutorial for newbies to fabric postcards.
Duh! There is such a group and I'm a member!!!!!!! Where is my brain today; must have left in on the floor with the fabric scraps!
LOL. I'm about out of Timtex, so I'll try Pellon next. Is it as stiff as the Timtex?
Juline , yes you can find it at Joann's and it is less expensive than Timtex and there is a double-sided that is STIFF which is what I use for the postcards. It's right with the other Pellon products and sold by the yard like the rest of the fusibles.
Love the design.
These newest ones are great!
I love your postcards! I did swaps of postcards a few years ago. Maybe about 2006 was the heyday. Then the PO changed the rules and it got to be tricky to mail them naked. If you would like to swap some postcards, let me know. I think we can work it out if I can find some clear sleeves.