Step 5: The back side

Now your top side has been fully decorated it is time to cover up any visible stitching with the  white fabric.

Using your remaining piece of 6" x 4" fusible and following the manufacturer's  instructions fuse the white fabric to the back of the post card.

Once again trim any excess fabric that overhangs the card.

This is great, I think I might make these to leave in the home for unexpected notes to my family members. I'm adding it to my ToDo list on my scrapping blog (www.funtimescrapping.com)!!
Thanks, they are fun to do and I have received such a variety of different styles when I have taken part in swaps.
what a great job....... i love the whole idea..... thanks for sharing!!!
 These are very creative and they look very nice and professional. Thanks for sharing the idea!
Thank you - you are most welcome.&nbsp; I just did some floral ones using fused Angelina fibre, they were fun too.<br />
I like your cats :D They were cool.<br />
Only Smokey chose to join me for this project, the other two were being anti-social.<br />

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