Friday, March 21, 2014

Trees Club Stamp Paper Quilting

The Trees Club Stamp Kit has just shipped and, if you're a Club Stamp Member, it's on the way to you now. Are you ready for a fun little technique that can be done with the Trees text-weight paper?

Mini paper quilt featuring Trees Club Stamp paper.

Card and scrapbook page created with Trees Club Stamp papers.

I adore the quad small-scale print included in the Club Stamp paper assortment each month, and it's perfect for this mini paper quilting technique!

Trees Club Stamp Quad Print
Mini Paper Quilt
1. Punch 2" circles from lightweight print.
2. Use a scrap to cut out 1-3/8" square to use as a scoring template.
3. Place square in the center of circle and score on all four sides.
4. Fold on scored lines. Rubber stamp to embellish if desired.

5. Use grid ruler for centering, attach to card front as shown.

6. Continue to attach in grid pattern.

Greeting card featuring mini paper quilting technique.
Paper Quilt as a Page Embellishment
Arrange paper quilt squares to enhance your scrapbook page!

This is a very simple way to embellish this 8.5 x 11" layout; I don't think it needs much more than these three paper quilt diamonds.

Paper quilt diamonds on scrapbook page.

Layout featuring Trees Club Stamp paper with paper quilt embellishment.
To view another project done with this technique and paper, please pop over to KaysKeepsakes.

I can't wait for you receive your Trees Club Stamp kit, too! Enjoy!!!

If you're not a member and want info, click HERE.

Thanks again for stopping by.

Kay at Club Scrap


  1. love it!! always inspiring, Kay!

  2. Kay this is so adorable and love the way the folded paper adds a whole other look to the design element when put together. Awesome, thanks for sharing.

  3. Kay, We've seen many layouts with your daughter but this one is absolutely adorable. I love the quilted technique.

  4. Me love it tooooo! Adorable page,Kay!
    Such a fun an easy technique with super result.

  5. Wonderful page and a very fun technique!

  6. Love the layouts and she is so pretty

  7. Great idea -- this reminds me of one of my favorite quilting techniques for Cathedral Windows.

  8. Very creative. I can think of a lot of club stamp papers that would work well with this technique. Thanks!

  9. You had me at Quilting! You have scored and stamped the back, unprinted side, is that correct?
    Thanks for the wonderful idea that will be a hit on cards or pages. (And obviously, she has been adorable from the start, right? ;-) )
    Beth M

    1. Thanks so much, I did score and rubber stamp the plain side of the paper before folding up, you are correct.
      I was lucky that my daughter was patient enough to let me snap lots of pictures of her when she was little.


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