Card Layout 87

Paper piecing can make messy crafting just that little bit more manageable for the tidy among us. Make sense? Probably not but hopefully this card will.

Anyway, here’s the layout and the card that was inspired by it.

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A Quick Demonstration

Fancy seeing how I put this one together? Ok, just hit play.

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Ok, that’s about it for this one.

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11 thoughts on “Card Layout 87

  1. Hi John. Hope you are enjoying your well earned rest and sorry to bother you, but i am loving your alpha and number cards. I just thought, as im a numpty, i would show you a couple of my creations. The letter K is for a 10yr old who is being christened. The 20 is for my grandaughter.Thank you so so much (and especially for the oblong boxes!!!).I will leave you in peace now.Best wishesLinda xSent from Samsung Mobile on O2


  2. Stunning card John, I love how you made this one and roses are my favorite flowers!
    Great lay out too!
    Thank you so much for sharing, stay safe and have a fabulous weekend.

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  3. Another stunning card, John. I paperpiece quite a bit, I find it very soothing and calming. Looking forward to seeing your next project! Xx

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  4. Great result, John, considering your confusion, the wrong sentiment and the Mystery of the Missing part… ;-) Still I wonder why there is a completely different layout to download (with horizontal lines and a rectangle in the middle). Never mind, had a great time watchting this! :-D


  5. Your results are beautifully achieved. Quick question: did you fussy-cut the flowers by hand, or use your Scan n Cut? (I’m just wondering if the flower, once coloured and dry, was something you could scan/trace and then cut in an electronic cutting machine?)

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    • Thank you Barbara. On this occasion I hand cut it as the coloured areas outside the flower would have made scanning it a bit of an issue. Having said that, if it was scanned straight after scanning, you could likely cut most of the outline and then just snip a few bits by hand.


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