Fabric Collage Postcards

Not just for Christmas!
Learn the basics of
Fabric Postcards

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.

Fun & Easy
A creative way to use
fanciful fabrics

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

Bring cheer to your loved one's
with handmade


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.

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