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Paper Piecing Jimbo & the Gang

>> Wednesday, August 26, 2009


This took some time and patience with all the cutting, but I think it was well worth it. I stamped portions of the image on patterned paper from both Stampin' Up and Creative Memories. All the papers are long retired and in my scrap bin. I save the smallest scraps for two purposes: punches & paper piecing. I have 3 large baskets I think that I bought at Bed, Bath & Beyond, but I'm not sure since it's been a couple of years. They are used with a 3 tier shelf. One basket is for SU's bold brights and soft subtles scraps. The second basket is for SU's earth elements and rich regals scraps. The third is for all patterend paper scraps.


The cloud template was made using scallop scissors. I've figured out that it's best to use light colors when sponging a scene as well as sponging some of the ink on scrap paper first so that the color isn't harsh. Rather than sponging in one direction all the time, I also sponge using a twisting motion.


DRS Designs Stamps: Jimbo & the Gang (P891), sentiment (F935)
Paper: white, close to cocoa
Ink: Memento tuxedo black, creamy caramel for sponging the ground, soft sky for sponging the sky, SU close to cocoa marker, Copic markers
Accessories: ribbon, brads, eyelet, handmade cloud template
Techniques: paper piecing

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8 comments:

Sue said...

WOW! WOW! WOW! I would never have the patience for all that cutting. It's so perfect I didn't believe it at first! :)
Way To Go!!!

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

Jenny, they look so adorable with the paper piecing!! Fantastic job and such fun colors!! :)

Jessica G. said...

These jungle buddies look great paper pieced -- what a fun idea!!

Samantha said...

This is so cute! I just love that patterned paper look! Awesome!

Cathy Indelicato said...

HOw cute and fun - great job!!!

BlueRose said...

What a great idea to use pattern paper, I love it. Your card is so darn cute! ♥

Ryann said...

Love the paper piecing idea for these guys. So cute!

Jennifer E. said...

How fun! I love the papers you chose for the piecing! Looks like it was a lot of work, but his card is too cute!

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