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Weíre going a little retro this week. Back a few years ago, paper piecing was all the rage. Remember when you could buy those cute little people and their accessories according to theme? I thought those were so cute. Then a couple years back, our own Meredith Burnsed (memory_lane) started posting display boards of punch pal ideas.
~ Paper Piecing Revisited ~
Thatís our challenge today. Take a look at your punches and die cuts and see what kind of scene you can create! If you need a little help, check out Meredithís display boards HERE.
Of course, youíll still be able to use stamps to decorate and youíll need a sentiment (though itís not required!).
Holy shamolies! I saw a really cute dog yesterday and thought - how stinkin' clever!!! I could never figure that out for myself because I'm just not wired that way! And here you are with that very challenge!!!
Because you are my friend, I'll give it a go tomorrow!
Location: In the beautiful Sequatchie Valley, Home of the Paper Clip Project - The National Cornbread Festival
Wow, what a challenge and I love it...... Thanks Holly, I really like this one.... I couldn't go to sleep and after reading the challenge, this is what I have come up with...don't know if it passes the challenge, but I really hope so... I had so much fun doing this. TFL
Holly, I was so inspired by you in the first card I made, that I decided this one would be one that I created on my own! LOL (Actually, it's a paper punched oriental lady I came up with years ago! LOL)
What a wonderful challenge and here I am on holidays and miles away from all my supplies. I considered taking some "stuff" with me but what to bring. Oh well I've got 2 weeks to dream up my sketch for this challenge. I may try to see what I can submit, glueing flowers and shells and beachy stuff to a card. This would be a double challenge!
Location: in the thick of countryland in smithfield ontario
Thank you so much Holly for this challenge.
I really loved it...it got me to crack open something I have wanted to do for ages. The images were die cut...so I had to punch them out with my hands. Easy Shmeasy though!
I shall call it: