I'm quite excited about them! I'm pretty sure I have seen this sort of thing on the internet before, but when searching for it, this is all I found and I know I had not seen it before. Regardless, it's pretty simple - just sew on cardstock.
With the exception of the cards with the 12 tiny squares, all of the fabric is adhered to the cardstock with fusible web. For the 12 tiny square cards, I just used a glue stick. This probably could work with the other shapes, too. However, I liked how the fusible web kept the edges from raveling and smearing the glue stick on the pieces did distort them a bit.
The cards are 3.5" x 5" and came from Michael's. I'm sure I'll be doing more of these. It was a fun project.
This one is my favorite:
I used a zigzag stitch and off-white thread for all of them. I pulled the ends to the back and knotted them off.
I wondered about myself having such a good time with these. I have a closet full of fabric and I loved this project using the tiniest scraps. Maybe less is more.
I dropped all of these off this morning along with this project for the silent auction fundraiser at my daughter's school.
Okay, now back to work...