How To Use Line Stamps If You Don't Color - Tip #5

I'm back with another tip on how to use line stamps if you don't color.  This is the 5th in the series.  So far we have covered:

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Today I turning to a tried an true technique, Paper Piecing.

Paper Piecing is a quick and easy technique, depending on how detailed the image is.  To do this technique, simply stamp your image on a piece of white card stock, then stamp it again on patterned paper (or colored card stock).  Trim out the pieces and glue them in place on the stamped image. 



I hope you've been enjoying this series.  This will be the last entry for a little bit,  need to come up with more ideas :)  

Have a great week!

9 comments:

Greta said...

Great example of paper piecing! That was my solution on what to do with my darling PB bear & it's just as cute as if I'd colored! Love this series--thank you!

Hannelie said...

I really enjoy this series of tips Maureen... so perfect for me since I am no good ;) at coloring!
Your cards are all so gorgeous and inspiring!
Thanks you so much!!!

Melissa Melissa said...

Thank you so much for this series. Though I enjoy coloring it's always good to have numerous ways to use stamps so I get more bang for my stamping buck.

Kristie Goulet said...

Super cute card, Mo! Thanks for sharing your tips and tricks on using line images! ♥

Melissa Friedrich said...

Love this series of tips, thanks for beautiful examples and techniques for alternatives to coloring!

Nora N. said...

This is lovely!! Thank you for this series!!

Melissa (Mel's Card Corner) said...

Adorable!!

Dixie Cochran said...

These tips are so helpful. Thank you. Your card is delightful.

CreativSpirit said...

Thanks Maureen, great idea, I love paper piecing. I also love to do it on flowers. I love the way you've layered this card too.

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