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September 27, 2011


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So cute! I already like you on FB and also get your posts on Google Reader. :)

Sharon Field / Created By You

Beautiful card, True! Love the pretty double loop bow accent too! First time here.. what a fabulous blog!
Hugs, Sharon F.


Wow! That is awesome! I would have never thought of that!!

Sarah T

Oh True, I can see why this card was a hit. So beautiful! Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!
Hugs, Sarah


Fabulous idea and thanks so much for sharing it. I would usually just cut down my 12x12 paper into an 8.5x11 size. This tip will save me tons of wasted patterned paper!


Hand-Face...now why didn't I think of that? LOL You did, though; thanks for sharing! Now I won't waste any more paper. :)


Thank you so much for this awesome tutorial! I have avoided paper piecing on digis because I didn't want to waste paper. I'm so glad there is another easy economical way to do this!


Great tut True! Your card is BEAUTIFUL!! I have been doing this type of paper piecing for awhile too and wanted to add that (at least in my printer) re-moveable Dotto does not work to hold the patterned paper down. It just isn't strong enough. I just use regular mono adhesive on the printed image (not on the patterned paper)and then stick down the patterned paper. Also, I have found that I remove the copy paper from the patterned paper not the patterned from the copy paper that way the patterned paper doesn't get wrinkled if you have to pull hard for some reason.

Lori McCroskey

oh my goodness! I just never thought about this question....I'm excited to try this!

Donna R

Thank you so much for sharing that idea. I had often heard of people doing this but never knew how it was done. Great way to use up scraps!


That is awesome, True! I have the hardest time with that, but that certainly makes sense. Thanks!

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