Paper Piecing, that is. This month the challenge is to Paper Piece. And, the Cat Pack has pulled out all the stops. Paper piecing is an easy technique, but looks hard. So, if you want an in depth look at how paper piecing is done, Noelle has done a great tutorial. Above is her sweet card.
Susan uses an oldie, but goodie sets for her boootiful card. And, shows off a great coloring technique on the pretty witch’s hair.
This sweet card by Kimberly is just awesome. She did just a touch of paper piecing, but it really makes all the difference.
Lori’s yummy card shows you how the paper piecing can really pull a card together. It can mean the difference between a pretty card and a pretty fantastic card.
Now, you’ve seen what we did with the challenge. Let’s see what you can do.
Here are the Deets.
- The First Tuesday of the Month I will post a challenge on this blog. That’s right! Here!
- The challenge will also be posted on our Splitcoaststampers forum and on our Facebook page
- If you want to play along you just upload your design right here on this page using the InLinkz button. (The challenge button will be posted on the right hand column of this blog so you don’t have to search around)If you want to display your pretties on Splitcoaststampers using keyword TCPTUESSept13
- The Challenge will be a month-long challenge and you can play as many times as you like during that month.
- Cards and projects must have at least one Cat’s Pajamas Stamp or CutUps die in the project.
- On the First Monday of the Month a winner will be chosen from the previous challenge and crowned Swanky Stamper.
- The Swanky Stamper will not only be acknowledged as the Swankiest Stamper for that month, but will also receive some of the stamps from our next release and get to play along with us at our Pajamas Party and Blog Hop. AND… They’ll even get a special spot in the Gallery highlighting the project that won them the gig AND as snazzy badge to display on their blog.
- The winner will be announced the First Monday of the month on Splitcoaststampers, Facebook page and this Blog