Paper Quilting 104
This is probably the simplest form of paper quilting. It is also a good way to use up left over pieces of paper. (There really is a use for all those 1 inch pieces of paper that you have obsessively saved.)
In photo 1, a 4.25 x 5.5 inch (also know as A2 size) piece of card stock that will coordinate with your quilt pieces is used as a base for a border. A strip of low tack painter's masking tape is used to make sure the paper quilt pieces are perfectly straight when attached.
Photo 2 is a visual explanation of how to put two borders on one piece of paper and the use of the "Perfect Layers" rulers. I am very very fond of my Perfect Layers rulers. In fact I have two sets, one to use and home and one to travel with.
Here are four more examples of how I use the quilted borders.
I am sure that you can come up with many more ways to effectively use this technique to create fantastic cards. Please share with us!!!