To get my card started, I used some patterned papers and a scallop border punch to create the layers on the base. Next I stamped the main image from the Daffodils stamp set onto white cardstock. A portion of the same image was then stamped onto patterned paper. After die-cutting the cardstock image, and cutting out the flowers from the patterned paper image, I adhered the flowers with foam tape... giving some dimension to the paper-piecing.
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Challenges used for this card:
Woodware USA - #34 Paper Piecing
Thanks for stopping by and, as always, comments are greatly appreciated!Stamps: Woodware USA (Daffodils); Patterned Paper: BasicGrey (Lily Kate); Cardstock: Georgia Pacific (white), COPIC (Xpress It Blending); Marker: COPIC; Die Cut: Spellbinders; Border Punch: Stampin' Up! (scallop); Other: corner rounder