Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day so let's have some fun :)

But first, we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway :) 

The winner of the All Weather Friend Jelly Roll  from Green Fairy Quilts is . . .  Number #90 . . .   Congrats Quilting Tangent!!!   I have emailed you :)     

 

        
And on to today's

Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Fat Quarter Shop.   Fat Quarter Shop is amazing and they never cease to amaze me with everything they have going on at their shop!!!     And did you know the 24 hour Flash Sales are currently celebrating the Countdown to Christmas!!!   Awesome deals you won't want to miss, leading up the the big day!!!!



And for today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Fat Quarter Shop is giving away a  Modern Backgrounds More Paper Layer Cake by Zen Chic for Moda.  I love the amazing low volumes in this line, it is so perfect for fun backgrounds in projects!!!
You have two entry chances, the second being optional, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries.  Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me what was the last paper craft you made ;)       (I cut out snowflakes with the girls last week, makes a mess, but oh so much fun )

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Fat Quarter Shop love.   You can follow them on   FacebookTwitterInstagramPinterestYou Tube or at their Blog.  You can Sign up for their Newsletter which will ensure you catch all of their amazing sales, or you can visit The Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Fat Quarter Shop Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, December 18th, when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!

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263 comments:

  1. Last paper craft was trying out all projects in an origami book I got for my kids. Kids gave up after 3 or 4 but I had to make all 32 of them :-)

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  2. I follow FQS on IG and also get their newsletter.

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  3. I made paper Christmas ornaments with my grandson - lots of snowflakes and trees to decorate his little tree.

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  4. I follow FQS by email and facebook.

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  5. Frankly I cannot remember the last paper craft I made, it's been that long.

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  6. Card making was my last paper craft.

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  7. I think the last paper craft I did was a birthday card.

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  8. Well, I love this line of beautiful neutral fabrics...but I can't really remember the last paper craft I did. Unless you count rubber stamping and making cards. This I did a few weeks ago. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  9. I'm on Fat Quarter Shop's email list and follow their blog. :-)

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  10. I follow FQS on Facebook, YouTube and their blog.

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  11. Does drawing count as a paper craft? Because I just completed a pencil portrait.

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  12. My 7 year old grandson and I made a paper sculpture this weekend. We were inspired by the book Ruth Asawa, A Sculpting Life.

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  13. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on Facebook, Instagram and their blog.

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  14. Its been a few years but my kids and I use to make paper Christmas trees out of old books or magazines by folding each page down to make a rectangle. You can spray paint them afterwards.

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  15. Love this jelly roll! A few weeks ago, I made a 60th birthday card for a friend. I like to sew on an applique, then stamp their name along with a verse.

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  16. I am a FQS follower on IG, FB and receive their newsletter too!

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  17. The last thing I did with paper was cutting out a pattern!

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  18. I have never done any paper crafting. It might be something I will have to try.

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  19. I recently made a hand stamped birthday card.

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  20. I follow FQS everywhere I can. =) (IG, FB, Twitter, newsletter)

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  21. Since I discovered fabric, I haven't done as many paper crafts. However, I have been the chief assistant for several of my children's school projects that involve paper---I hope that counts.

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  22. I made gift tag/recipe cards for rum balls last weekend.

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  23. I follow the FQS blog and via FB and by email.

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  24. It has been along time since I've done anything with paper, but the last project was probably origami with my daughter. I just love the art of paper folding!

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  25. I follow FQS all over the place, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram :)

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  26. Hello Melissa. I can't remember the last time I did a paper craft. I've doodled for free-motion quilting, but I don't think that counts. Hahaha

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  27. Oh I'm already signed up for the Fat Quarter Shop newsletter. I look at them every. single. day! I love them.

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  28. I scrapbook. I'm planning a December album and working in my yearly album in between Christmas sewing.

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  29. I made Christmas ornaments with my sons.

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  30. I follow FQS on Instagram and by blog.

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  31. I honestly have no idea when I last did any paper crafting!

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  32. Bookmarks for my quilting group last Christmas made from scrapbook papers.
    clara-chandler@att.net

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  33. Fat Quarter Shop is, indeed, amazing! I follow them by Bloglovin', receive their emails, and can see them in my Instagram feed. Thanks for the giveaway, Melissa.
    clara-chandler@att.net

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  34. Last week my grandson and I made 3 paper cone christmas trees, then decorated them with beads as ornaments.

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  35. I follow FQS on all of their media outlets. lol

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  36. Haven't made a paper craft in eons. I stick mostly with fabric!

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  37. I follow FQS on FB, and get their newsletter and blog.

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  38. Mostly fabric for me, I guess the last one a pattern for antique.

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  39. follow fqs on facebook , on email and instragram

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  40. I made a paper hat out of the kid menu at a restaurant to entertain my toddler. Does that count?

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  41. The last paper craft was cutting wrapping paper last night! Before that, it was cutting out foundation pieces for hexies.

    oneoldgoat1962@gmail.com

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  42. I absolutely love the FatQuarter Shop and follow them on Facebook, through their newsletters and on instagram.

    oneoldgoat1962@gmail.com

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  43. Last papercraft was snowflakes - almost 20 years ago.

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  44. Umm... Let's see....Nope, can't think of anything!

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  45. I cut out the pattern for fig trees pear pin cushion/ornament.

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  46. I follow FQS on FB, IG, Pinterest, email, etc...

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  47. The last paper craft was working with my grandson just gluing away. I don't know what we made, but he had fun.

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  48. Well, I am working on a EPP quilt right now -- that is paper and fabric, and i recently did a paper piecing quilt block for a quilt that our quilt guild was making. Again, that is paper and fabric. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  49. We tried making Scandinavian folded stars this season. Made them out of paper strips before trying our hand at fabric! basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com.

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  50. I receive the Jolly Jabber. basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com.

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  51. I follow the FQS in all the above but Twitter. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  52. Gosh, I can't remember the last time I made a paper craft. Maybe for Valentines Day?

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  53. I follow the FQS many ways, including by receiving their newsletter at my wordygirl at earthlink dot net email address.

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  54. Haven't done much lately. I guess the last one was, folding a paper airplane. Thank you.

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  55. I follow fat quarter shop by Instagram, email and facebook.

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  56. I receive FQS Newsletter and shop there quite frequently. Thank you.

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  57. The last paper craft I did was a card stamped and painted.

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  58. The last paper craft I made was probably an origami crane with a random piece of paper I found laying around.

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  59. I don't remember the last paper craft I made. Is this really bad?

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  60. I follow fqs on bloglovin and instagram

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  61. I follow Fat Quarter Shop on email, Instagram, and Facebook.

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  62. I just made a Christmas card with my son.

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  63. I can't remember the last paper craft I did! It may have been paper airplanes with my nephew, who is now 26!

    Sandy A

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  64. I love Fat Quarter Shop! I follow their blog, get their newsletter and follow them on Facebook!

    Sandy A

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  65. I made a little Christmas card to give to some friends.

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  66. I subscribe to FQS email, IG feed, and FB pages. It's such a great shop!

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  67. It has been a long time, last I remember was snowflakes but I used to Quill and do origami now I do stars in fabric.

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  68. It’s been forever. I never do papercrafts at home. I think A year ago at a Christmas gathering, I made a Danish Christmas star for my tree. The first one I’d made in 40 years, so I needed guidance - not nearly enough muscle memory, I’m afraid! But it turned out really nice!

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  69. Yesterday. I took pictures of some of my quilts. Then cut them out and put in a binder.

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  70. I made some origami ornaments.

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  71. I follow FQS blog by email and also on IG and FB.

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  72. I made paper snowflakes also, but just for myself - they are fun.

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  73. I follow the FQS by email, on FB and IG.

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  74. I subscribe to FQS on youtube and facebook and email!

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  75. A paper airplane! trotskyn@att.net

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  76. I follow FQS on FB and newsletter. trotskyn@att.net

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  77. I use a daily faith journal that I color with pencils, paint and markers. ALso am creating my 2019 Bullet journal which I find I am productive with this style and format.

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  78. I love the Fat Quarter and show love by several follows. Their email newsletter feeds (daily), and their you tube and/or facebook feeds as well - probably weekly but it works for me and I enjoy all their creativity and offerings.

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  79. I made tissue paper hats for our Family Xmas crackers about two weeks ago. I maybe ba no reply blogger so find me at Freckledfoxquiltery at g mail dot com

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  80. I follow FQ shop by their newsletter, Blog, and Instagram.

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  81. I made a Fall pennant welcome banner. :)

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  82. I follow FQS on FB & IG, and get their newsletter.

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  83. Making birthday cards and envelopes with my grandson

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  84. Ummmm... does wrapping presents count??!! Lol

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  85. I follow Fat Quarter Shop via FB, email, Blog, and IG.

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  86. I made paper cones for Valentine's Day and Easter to hold treats for the great-grands.

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  87. I don't usually make anything with paper.

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  88. Does English Paper Piecing count? I have an on-going EPP quilt.

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  89. I crafted a birthday card for my daughter, this past March, she loves Winnie the Pooh! Thank you, Susan

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  90. I follow FQS by email & Facebook! Thank you, Susan

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  91. I am with you in cutting out snowflakes to decorate for Christmas.

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  92. the last paper craft i made was when i made christmas cards for this year.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  93. I follow FQ Shop on FB and I get their newsletter
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  94. Hi there Melissa,
    I created & printed some cute labels to stick to the bags of the special Christmas treat mix("Santa's Party Mix") I make every year. I give them out to family, friends and a few neighbors.
    Thanks & Quilty Huggs!

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  95. Hi again!
    I follow FQS a lot of ways: Jolly Jabber emails, FQS store newsletter & their FB page.
    Thanks & Quilty Huggs!

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  96. I cut out snowflakes with the grands on Thanksgiving Day.

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  97. I made some gift tags using my stamps and fancy scissors.

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  98. I follow FQS by email and on IG.

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  99. No paper crafts here.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  100. I follow FQS on Facebook, IG, and newsletter
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  101. I made some paper puppets for a little stopmotion movie

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  102. I trimmed the tree with a tree topper with paper crafts.

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  103. I made Christmas tags for gifts!

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  104. I follow the fat quarter shops blog and get their newsletter!

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  105. I guess my last paper craft was making a pattern for quilting. I traced around the cardstock shape with air-erasable pen, then quilted the line.

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  106. We've been doing simple origami with the kiddos. They love it!

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  107. Oh gosh, I just made two 3-D stars out of paper. I usually have a lot of problems following picture tutorials, and I did mess up two times but then I watched the video and BAM I made two 3-D stars.

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  108. I follow you and Fat Quarter Shop on instagram and FB, newsletters and all over town,

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  109. I made some paperdools for my granddaughters.

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  110. I made a StarWars display with 3D paper characters for the library I work at this year. ksmith8@emich.edu

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  111. I get the your blog and FQS newsletter. ksmith8@emicvh.edu

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  112. It was my dad's 60th birthday on sunday, I made him a card.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  113. I follow their blog.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  114. The last paper raft I di was last week, making gift boxes from old cards and 3D paper stars from wrapping paper and inside out envelopes.
    Carol Andrews
    QuiltSchmilt@gmail.com

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  115. I follow FQS by getting their emails; newsletters and blog posts. Love them!

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  116. here is the nifty 3-D star
    http://www.highhopes.com/3dstar.html

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  117. Helping my grandchildren make birthday cards for their Dad

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  118. I follow FQS anywhere they publish.

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  119. I most recently made paper chains with my class!

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  120. I too made snowflakes...about 3 years ago, with my niece. She was amazed with her results, me too...still has one in her room.

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  121. My granddaughter and I were playing with the Spirograph I still love that.

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  122. I been unlucky all year-lol
    Let’s go out in style for 2018
    Happy Christmas everyone

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  123. I can't remember my last paper craft except cutting out quilt templates and applique shapes! I follow Fat Quarter Shop in Instagram.

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  124. The last paper craft I made was a card. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  125. Not much paper crafting lately except cutting out paper piecing patterns ;)

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  126. It's been a while since a paper craft for me, but I think the last was a "Happy Birthday" card with embroidered letters on cardstock.

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  127. I follow FQS on IG and receive their newsletters!

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  128. The last paper craft that I did was I ordered an online pattern for a top. It was 27 pages that had to be glued together, and then cut out. I think I will be taking these types of patterns to a printer, from now on!!

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  129. I think I follow FQS on everything!! I read it every day at 10 a.m. to see the newest flash sale.

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  130. Does cutting a pattern for a stuffy out of cardstock count. If so, a few days ago. Otherwise we made fish last time the grands were here. Do you remember paper lanterns from grade school? Kind of like that, but fish. 🐟 Lots of fun. πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’š

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  131. My last paper craft was a birthday card I made for a friend of mine.

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  132. I follow on FB & IG, also get their newsletterπŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸŽ„

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  133. I follow FGS on bloglovin and get their newsletter.

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  134. I made a graduation card for a party this past Sunday. :-)

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  135. I follow Fat Quarter Shop everywhere. :-)

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  136. I made paper wreaths with my 2nd grade students, does that count? LOL

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  137. I cut out paper snowflakes to decorate my door at school for the holidays.

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  138. I follow Fat Quarter shop on Facebook.

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  139. Construction Paper Chain for the Christmas Tree.

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  140. The last paper craft I made was Christmas cards last year ... and I do love Zen Chic's low volumes!

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  141. I made name tags for some gift bags. Not sure if that counts as a craft or not.

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  142. I get Fat Quarter Shop's newsletter via email. Love them!

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  143. I have been making lots of cards but I am getting ready for snowflakes with my grandsons. A yearly tradition.

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  144. I love FQS. Follow by Email and FB.

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  145. I was doing a lot of scrapbooking for awhile but haven’t done any for over a year. I got obsessed with finishing quilts (I have about 20 tops left to quilt) and completed 4 in a month! But I’m moving in 2019 and moving scrap books is easy than moving all the unused supplies!

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  146. I follow FatQuarter shop on bloglovin and Twitter.

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  147. To be honest, I have not made any kind of paper craft unless you count paper piecing for quilts. Thanks!

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  148. I receive the Fat Quarter Shop newsletter and follow their blog. Thanks!

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  149. We made an advent of paper ornaments.

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  150. My kindergarten class made stockings last week for a hall display.

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  151. I have subscribed to the Fat Quarter Shop newsletter for many years.

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  152. The last paper craft I made was nativity ornaments with all the kids, including my own, in children's church a couple weeks ago. mgemiller4@gmail.com

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  153. It's been a long time since I have completed any paper crafting projects. I have recently cut out some EPP shapes that I needed in a pinch....does that count?

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  154. The last paper craft I did was printing monoprints with my Gelli Plate. I am not good at it, but I still had fun. I can always use the painted papers for collage.

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  155. I receive FQS newsletters and I also follow them on Instagram.

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  156. I am following FQS on Instagram as u_geneblack

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  157. Does Paper Piecing count? THat's my latest paper and scissors gig. Thank you!

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  158. Following Fat Quarter Shop email, blog, Instagram, YouTube and happily shopping it quite often!
    Thank you Kimberley and crew.

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

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  159. Last paper craft...wrapping Christmas gifts! Other than that, honestly can’t remember..

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  160. I follow fat quarter shop on ...everything! I’m so happy they now have block subscriptions available for Canadians!
    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  161. I draw and do some watercolor on paper but I don’t really think of that as paper crafting. We designed and made Christmas cards sbout 10 years ago. But when my children were young we tried origami which was fun and I think of that type of thing as paper crafting. Their favorite paper crafting was decoupaging tissue paper onto jars for glowing candle holders.

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa