Wednesday, 20 January 2021

Patterned paper piecing

 I discovered a couple of weeks ago that my stash of birthday cards was particularly depleted, so I used a technique shown in an Online Card Class last year by Kristina Werner to make a bunch of cards super quickly! I pulled out patterned papers from some 6x6 packs in my stash (all now discontinued), making sure that I chose papers from the same pad for each card so that I knew they would match (I'm not good at putting patterned papers together!)

Using this technique, you get 3 cards from the 3 patterned papers - you just mix them up to get 3 layouts - so I made 24 cards in total! 

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  1. This post came right on time. I find myself in need of creating a bunch of birthday cards right now. I love your choices of patterned paper and sentiments. If you don't mind my asking, I'm wondering which Online Card Class contains these instructions? I'm sure Kristina and Jennifer would appreciate a shout out, also.I have taken almost all of them, but of course, have no clue which one to sort through to find the instructions.

    1. Hi, Pat - the class was the Spring Card Camp 1 that was run last year. Kristina's class was day 6.


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