Wednesday, January 24, 2018

CCEE1804 Show us your favorite technique

I  am ending my hosting for this month with  a fun and easy challenge to end January. The challenge is to show us your favorite technique in cardmaking. Maybe it is embossing, fancy folds, paper piecing, multilayered stamping, paper piercing, collage, etc. We will enjoy seeing what you have to offer in fun techniques.

You can join in by linking to Mr. Linky over on the CCEEStampers blogsite HERE and if you post
over on SCS please use the CCEE1804 as the keyword.

I used an old SU stamp to stamp the small squares and dots onto the side of my card. I stamped the Unity girl on the right side of the card, and then stamped the Unity girl onto printed design paper. Then I cut it out and added it to the image. Paper piecing is one of my favorite techniques and it seems like I am playing paper dolls when I paper piece with these wonderful images from Unity.



7 comments:

MiamiKel said...

Beautiful from top to bottom! This is one pretty Unity girl (She went into my basket, then I took her out!) but love what you did with the blocking! Thank you for a fun month!

StampOwl said...

beautiful card, paper piecing is a fun technique for sure

Lynn McAuley said...

You were always a paper doll fan!! With our fun paper and ink habits, we get to be kids forever!! Beautiful card, Liz!! What a perfect background for this gorgeous Unity girl!!

Thanks for a fabulous month filled with awesome challenges!!

Lois said...

Paper-piecing is certainly a fun technique. And that background is pretty cool, too! Love your card and all the challenges you gave us this month.

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

I think of piecing as playing paper dolls too. I love this Unity image, and pieced she is wonderful. Love that you added the ink on the left. Yowza!

Joanne Grzelak said...

I was hoping you would use one of your Unity girls....and here she is.......and the background technique is fabulous and I know you have been creating wonderful bkgds on your card......this card is doooooo YOU

Ironlady said...

Fabulous job on the paper piecing