I created these fabric postcards the other day from a thrift store find that had bunny lace and these two little embroidered bunnies! I ironed the fabric and discovered that because the pieces were rounded these little guys would need to have additions in the corners to create a 4" x 6"postcard. I added triangles of yellow that coordinate with the bows around their necks and then cut them to size leaving a half inch on each long side so I could fold them over to the back and adhere them in place using fusible hem tape. When I cut the backs I left them a half inch longer on each short end so I could fold them over to the fronts and thereby creating finished edges all the way around my postcards. I added some batting between the two and fused my edges down. This worked very well for finishing them off nicely. I stitched all the way around the edge as well to get all the layers nicely connected. I added a line for the to and from and then stitched in some grass with green embroidery thread. I had been experimenting with fabric labels for my next project so I had two of these little "some bunny cares" labels so I applied them to the bottom of the postcards. I will be sending these as RAKs when I feel inclined to.