Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Paper Pieced Robin

*This post is part of the October promotion fortnight. Remember to leave a comment to be entered in the giveaway.*

Good morning crafters, happy Tuesday. I'm starting my October blog posts with two cards I made using the Patch Robin stamp from Woodware Clear Magic collection, the same one the ladies used in last Friday's classes.

I started by stamping the image with Onyx Black Versafine ink onto a piece of the Aqua Flakes A4 card from Hobby House, then stamping again onto various pieces of kraft & patterned paper & cutting out the various elements.............

I used various Christmas themed patterned papers .........

The finished card again, with added Bright Red Sparkle Medium & Diamond Sparkle Medium.......

For the second card I used different patterned papers & added the border with a black fine liner pen..............

Patch Robin    Let It Snow   Sparkle Medium Bright Red    Sparkle Medium Diamond
   VersaFine Ink pad - Onyx Black  
Thanks for looking & don't forget to leave a comment if you want to be entered in the giveaway. I'll be back with more paper pieced cards on Sunday.


  1. Love the paper choice for your paper piecing.

  2. Love these cards. The image looks completely different by changing the papers. x

  3. Love both cards, but I think the second one is so fresh, the stamp is a must. I have a tree I might try out soon, thanks for the inspiration.xx

  4. The two cards look quite different with the papers. Lovely.

  5. These are lovely Kirsten. You've given me lots of ideas for using my new stamp. Thank you. x Gill x

  6. Isn't it interesting how different papers can produce completely different looks? Lovely cards. Thank you, Jan

  7. Beautiful cards. Love all the paper piecing and the different looks achieved just by changing the colour combo and papers.

  8. These cards look soo different by changing papers and backgrounds. Must use my stamp soon .Joyce


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