On paper, that is.
What got me started was all the fun I’ve been having with paper piecing Julie Nutting’s Prima dolls. That started the night of my birthday over at a friend’s house, Kristy led several of us in a class on the how-to with these stamps. I have made several now. Then I spotted a card on FB made with this cat stamp and I had to run to my DSP scraps and start making up some of my own.
Here is an actual card I made today with one of these – too adorable for words, right! The design is inspired by the Splitcoaststampers sketch challenge today.
Even though I was first going for a more solid image when stamping on the patterned paper I made a discovery. See the blue checked paper bottom right? The first cat I stamped was on that paper. Flipped it over and I saw the idea of the cat stamped on the other side. So I did.
Did you notice the cushion? I hand drew it in, masked it off, and used the Scrip stamp (SS-0069) to add a pattern. The edge is created with pen and brown pencil. I also penned the stitching on the zig-zag- strip.
If interested in any of the Fun Stampers Journey products, I’d love for you to order it with my daughter, Kristina. Just get in touch with her using email : firstname.lastname@example.org, she isn’t doing the paid website any longer but still orders for us.