Showing posts with label paper piecing. Show all posts
Showing posts with label paper piecing. Show all posts

Monday, February 4, 2013

tutorial: mickey mouse embellishment

I have been slowly scrapping my photos from our trip to Disney almost 4 years ago. On two of my Epcot layouts, part 2 and part 3, I made a Mickey Mouse head using 2 punches and scraps of black cardstock. They are very easy to make using a circle and heart punch.

Punch a heart and a circle from black cardstock. Each punch is between an 1 and 1 1/2 inches.

Cut the heart in half.

Trim off the narrow part of the hearts.

Adhere the pieces to the circle.

These are super easy to make and can be embellished in many different ways. If you don't have a heart punch, a smaller circle punch can be used. Just cut it in half like the heart. I like to used the heart because it leaves a small area to apply the adhesive without losing too much of the ear shape.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

apple tree paper piecing

I made this set with some punches and my Slice. The tree trunk is from the Fall/Back to School Card and the basket is from the Spring Card. I also embossed the basket with the houndstooth folder.

Supplies: paper, a2z. die cuts, Slice. punches, Marvy Uchida (circle) and EK Success (apple). emboosing folder, Cuttlebug.

I'm pretty excited to share that this project was featured on IndieSpotting in the Home and Garden section.


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