365 Projects in 365 Days

My previous New Year's resolution was to be creative everyday with my Cricut, but since I've started my blog 2 years ago I have come across so many new exciting things like stamps, digi stamps, non-Cricut projects using chipboard, stickers, etc. and now my addition is the Silhouette Cameo. I will be posting many pictures and tutorials of all my projects. I will be making scrapbook layouts, cards, tags, embellishments and altered items. My goal is to create 365 projects in 365 days.


Wednesday, April 27, 2011

#108 DDLL Bear Card

Hi everyone today is Design Team day at Digital Delights by Louby Loo and the stamp I used was  this cute bear from the Baking Bears Set. I thought I would try a new technique which is Paper Piecing I have never tried this and I love it! If you are wondering what Paper piecing is I printed this digi stamp on  6 different colors of cardstock and cut each layer out with my scissors and glued all of the pieces together  on the brown bear with my Zig glue pen. I also punched the border with my apron lace punch. I left the sentiment blank that  way I could always go back and stamp any sentiment for whatever occassion I need it for like birthday, just because, thank you, etc. I hope you can come check out the rest of the DT's amazing projects HERE. Have a good night and be sure to stop by my blog tomorrow for an all new project.

P.S. Don't forget to enter the Flaunt It Friday's Cindy Loo Cricut Challenge for a chance to win a Joy's Life Lot's of Pun Stamp set! Only one more day left!

3 comments:

Monica Flores said...

Paper piercing? Are you serious?! Isn't that why we have a CRICUT, so we don't use scissors! Traderrrrrrrrrrrr! Grrr. Just hand over the cricut. I'll send you over my 1990s scissors. Lol. :)

I really like it! I especially love that border punch!

Toodles!

Tara said...

I have been hearing about this paper piercing a lot lately and had no idea what it was and felt kinda silly asking. Thanks so much for clearing it up for me. The really funny part is that I have done it thousands of times in the past before my cricut and never knew it actually had a name :P
Tara

Marlene said...

Sweet card! Paper piecing looks great.

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