February 3, 2017

Free Card Kit for February!

A new month is upon us so that means I have a new card kit to post! This month, I am featuring the "Paper-Piecing Technique" and you'll receive all of the pieces to this card when placing an Online Order through my Online Store!



So just what is the Paper-Piecing Technique? Notice the beautiful designer paper dress that sits inside the stamped image? I actually stamped this image twice. Once on the Whisper White Cardstock layer and a 2nd time on a piece of the Succulent Garden Designer Paper. I hand-cut the dress and hat from the designer paper image and glued them both in place on the 1st image. Isn't that neat?




It actually looks like someone colored the image. I also coordinated a 1" strip of the same designer paper on the right-hand side of the card to coordinate the dress & hat on my stamped image. VIP Customers, I will be sending you the FREE Direction Sheet for this card so you can make one of your own!



I also have a new Host/Hostess Code for you to use when placing your Online Order through my Online Store. Remember to use this code when your order is $50 to under $150.00 to earn some free products from me. If your order is $150 or more, don't use the code because you'll earn your own rewards.



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3 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Deb....I need to try the piecing technique....it has been too long since I last tried I Tried! What did you use the Falling Petals EF on....was unable to see it in your pictures! Thank you!

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  2. Lovely card! She looks like she just stepped off of the fashion runway! Great use of the Falling Petals EF! TFS!

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  3. That succulent paper is the perfect pairing with this stamp set.

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