I've been meaning to make a "quilt" card ever since I saw this card on Debbie Olson's blog. You'll notice that Debbie's card is sewn and is beautiful. And, mine is not -- sewn that is! I do not know how to use a sewing machine (my Mom was a seamstress, but she "wanted me to have the kind of life where I could afford store bought clothes.") Can you tell she grew up in the depression? I would have done some faux sewing on this card but I can't find my paper piercer or template! Good grief, that's after I did some cleaning. Except for using an oval that is a bit too large for this card, I am LOVING this quilt effect. It makes easy, fabulous use of coordinated pieces of scrap paper. Debbie cut out 1.5" squares, but I knew that I would use whatever size my square punch is -- in this case 1 3/8". I followed Debbie's 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 pattern and glued each piece on top of another piece of coordinating paper. Then I trimmed, matted, and voila, done. My Japanese screw punch came in handy again -- punching through several layers of paper and the ric rac. Supplies: Memory Box Sugar Collection paper; Stampin Up Pewter Oval Hodgepodge Hardware; brads and ric rac from Chelsea Prima Accents collection; SU Pretty in Pink cardstock and Certainly Celery Marker and oval punches. Pretty in Pink cardstock coordinates with the Sugar collection of paper, but Certainly Celery cardstock does not. For some reason, the celery ink was a good enough match. Base is a shimmery white cardstock (source unknown). Sentiment from Papertreyink.