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Scrap Fabric Homemade Christmas Cards

By: Jen Frost from faithandfabricdesign.com
Scrap Fabric Homemade Christmas Cards
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For sewers who love reducing, reusing, and recycling, these Scrap Fabric Homemade Christmas Cards are the perfect way to spread some holiday cheer while saving money and creating an environmentally-friendly greeting. After all, the holiday season is upon us, which means it's time to get crafty.  So when you're looking for a way to use every piece of fabric you have, including those trimmings and loose threads, turn them into nifty upcycled Christmas sewing projects like this one. You're sure to bring a smile to their faces with this quick and easy project.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine

Easy

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Hard to imagine that tiny scraps of fabric pieces and leftover bits of thread that hardly seem worth saving can be made into charming greeting cards. The bits and pieces sandwiched between water-soluble stabilizer works like magic to create a stable base of fabric. I like this upcycle project. Nothing wasted at all.

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