Monday, July 11, 2011

Thinking of You - Woodware USA Challenge 34

Pin ItThis week at Woodware USA, we are challenging our fans and readers to create a card or project using paper piecing (WWUSAC34). To create my card today, I have used Woodware USA's Daffodils clear stamp set.

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.

To see the fabulous cards from all of the design team members, and to get details on how to play along, click HERE.
Just the details… (1) Edged the flowery patterned paper strip with some green scalloped paper strips, (2) Added dimension to the paper piecing by adhering flowers with foam tape, (3) Used a corner rounder on right edges of card.

 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

4 comments:

Nancy said...

Alicia, your card is so delicate and beautiful!! The paper is gorgeous!!

Gloria said...

great card

Suzanne :O ) said...

what a pretty card! I love that the blooms are popped up a bit! :)

Renlymats World of Family & Crafts said...

This is so pretty. I love all of your paper choices and the flowers look great popped up like they are.