Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Bloom where you are planted

Happy Tuesday everyone.  Here's a fun card that I did this week for the Squigglefly Challenge which is to use Paper Piecing.  To do paper piecing, you can print your digi stamp image onto different printed papers (or plain color papers) and then trim it out to create your card.  In my image, A Basket of Blooms design by Lynne Stansbery, I printed the image twice, once on a light brown patterned paper and once on white paper.  I colored the image on the white paper and trimmed it out, layering my final card.
Hope this card inspires you to give the Squigglefly Challenge a try this week.  Drop by their blog and join in on the contest fun!

Project Materials:  Cardstock (Bazzill, Neenah, Provocraft, DCWV);  Image (Squigglefly);  Ink (Colorbox Chalk);  Brads (Heidi Grace); Die Cuts (Lifestyles);  Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All);  Color (Copic Markers); Saying (JoAnns Vellum);


  1. Holley,
    Very, very pretty and lovely image.

  2. you are a brave woman to attempt to cut out this image! Great job though! I love the image being popped up and the sentiment on the vellum is so pretty!

  3. awwwwwww thats a beautiful card.. lovely colors and so loveable.

  4. Wow, Holley, I can't believe you cut all this out...that's a lot of work! Beautiful job, gf! I totally love your card! Thanks for playing with us at Squigglefly...

  5. Hi Holey, I think after seeing this I have to question your sanity - who even tries to cut something like this out!! You have done a brilliant job though and like I said, I wouldn't have even TRIED this job so well done on a job well done! Great job and thanks for joining us at Squigglefly this week, good luck and see you again in the future hopefully. Take Care,