Pootlers Design Team | Paper Piecing Glamper Greetings

Pootles Papercraft Design Team November 2016

I am loving using the Glamper Greetings stamp set! I hope you are enjoying the month of Glamper Greetings (seeing as I have a whole weeks worth of projects next week!)

When this stamp set initially landed in my craft room I had heaps of techniques and cool things to do with it, including something I haven’t done for ages … paper piecing. We have so many great Designer Series Paper at the moment, and loads of them would be awesome for this. I chose the Warmth and Cheer Designer Series Paper Stack more because it was already out on my desk that anything else, but I love it!

Pootles Design Team Glamper Greetings Paper Piecing Birthday card using Stampin' Up! UK stamps

To create this card I stamped the Glamper on all three sheets of Designer Series Paper, as well as a piece of Shimmery White Card stock, in Archival Basic Black ink. The shape is super easy to fussy cut, and so I cut the parts out of the Designer Series Paper and then re-assembled the paper Glamper on a piece of Whisper White, which I then cut out again.

The background has a simple watercolour wash in Soft Sky and Pear Pizzazz, super simple!


Question of the Day: What’s your favourite way to use your Designer Series Paper?


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Hannah McCurley

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2 thoughts on “Pootlers Design Team | Paper Piecing Glamper Greetings

  1. This is fabulous! What a great idea! I love to cut my DSP as a matte to my card base, add some ribbon and a sentiment. Makes a quick and cute card!

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