Monday, July 15, 2013

Lawnscaping Challenge #62- Paper Piecing

Hey Everyone! Today I have a very fun card to share with you for the Lawnscaping Challenge Facebook Inspiration Design Team! This card was made for the Lawnscaping Challenge #62- Paper Piecing. I have to make a confession that I have never paper pieced before, so this is my first attempt at it. I have always seen such cute projects with paper piecing. Let me tell you, it is so easy and fun to do! I think I might be hooked on this technique. I wanted to add some shadows to my pieces so I just used some brown chalk ink. 

My most favorite cards to make are scenes that tell a story, and using cute animals is an added bonus. Ice cream and milkshakes are always refreshing on hot days. So of course, there is a local ice cream parlor in the middle of the savanna for all the critters. These critters are indulging themselves with a nice strawberry flavored ice cream and shake with their favorite toppings. 

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This challenge is sponsored by Lawn Fawn, and the winner will receive a stamp set of their choice! How amazing is that!  

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog! Be sure to check out all of the design team inspirations on the Lawnscaping Challenge Blog and the Lawnscaping Challenges Facebook Page. Have a wonderful day!  


  1. Oh wow Samantha this is an awesome little jungle scene. So love all the characters and your paper piecing is gorgeous.
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  2. i LOVE that all of those critters are enjoying some ice cream!!! and of course your paper piecing in GORGEOUS!! wow!

  3. Love your narrative for this card- you really made such an adorable scene! And who would've thought you had never paper-pieced- amazing job, Samantha!

  4. This is totally adorable! I just love the fact that they are having ice cream :)

    Best crafty wishes!
    Staying Crafty

  5. WOW!!!! I don't have Words - such an Amazing card and fabulous pp too! LOOOOVE it!!!

  6. I never realized you hadn't paper pieced before! It is FUN isn't it? Such a wonderful scene as always!