Patchwork Quilt

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Yes, I’m still playing with the Designer Series Papers, I just love them!? This next card is done using the 1 1/4″ Square punch to create a patchwork quilt pattern using the DSP.?

The DSP I used for this technique is called Candy Lane and it was part of the Love You Much Bundle promotion last month.? All I did was punch out squares of the different paper prints and glued them to a piece of card stock, then after it dried I ran it thru the Big Shot using the Top Note Die.? Once cut out I sponged the edges with Riding Hood Red ink.? I then added the Riding Hood Red ribbon, the little flower was punched out using the Birds & Blooms Sizzix Die and the Big shot, I attached a button from the Button Bouquet using the linen thread.? I folded a piece of Riding Hood Red card stock in 1/2 to create my card, attached an additional piece of Candy Lane DSP after I sponged the edges on that too and then I attached it to my card front.? I then added the patchwork quilt, stamped the stamp from the Curly Label Punch Bundle, then stamped Happy Birthday from the Bitty Birthday stamp set; punched it out using the Curly Label punch and added it to the front of the card using Dimensionals.

The Candy Lane paper is still available for purchase and it is #113980 $9.95.
The Curly Label Punch Bundle is on pg. 185 #112966 $33.95, the bundle has the Curly Label punch and 4 stamps.
The Bitty Birthday Stamp set can be viewed on pg. 39 #114934 $12.95.
The Birds & Bloom Sizzlits die is a set of 4 and can be found on pg. 201 #113485 $21.95

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