Fabric Collage Postcards

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Fabric Collage Postcards

My name Nanette S. Zeller and every year, I make fabric postcards to use as greeting cards or thank you notes. I like to be creative and use more than just fabric to collage my design. I developed this course to share my love of this craft.

In this course, I demonstrate the basic construction techniques using holiday-themed papers, fabrics and other embellishments. Don't let the holiday-theme stop you from enrolling. Once you know the basics, you can let your imagination go wild and make your own custom-designed fabric collage postcards to use for any occasion.

In 3-short lessons, I demonstrate the steps using video-based instruction so you can see how things go together. Take the class and you'll soon be impressing your friends and family with thoughtful greetings that they will treasure.

What to expect from this course:

Class overview

Lesson 1: Supplies
Basic supplies
Tips for selecting design elements
Preparing materials

Lesson 2: Design & Assembly
Apply fusible web to the stiff interfacing
Prepare the design elements for fusing
Attach background to interfacing
Fuse (glue) design elements to the postcard

Lesson 3: Stitching & Finishing
Stitch the design elements
Add the backing
Finish the edges
Add 3-Dimensional Elements

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I have access to the course?

Sadly, with the way the world changes, I can't promise "forever." What I can promise is that once you're enrolled you'll have unlimited access to the course material for as long as CourseCraft and I are working together.

Do I have to make a holiday design?

No! I used holiday-themed supplies but you can use the same process for any occasion. Use the same techniques with your fabrics and let your own creativity soar!

I still have a question, how can I contact you?

I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Send me an email through my website or use the contact forms in the Introduction or Q&A pages.