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So I just got some more adorable Paper Smooches Stamp set and was playing around with the little cute fellas, one of which is this chick. So I picked up the inspiration from the current Paper Smooches Spark Challenge and made a little note card, which can be used as a gift tag.

Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!;  stamps: Paper Smooches(Alphadot, Birthday Buddies); inks:Jenni Bowlin (brown sugar),Versamark; pattern papers:  Echo Park(Splash) 

I was inspired by the fun color scheme and stitching. The dotted background was created using the dots from the Alphadot set stamped in versamark ink. I paper pieced the cute chick 3 times and arranged them to look like they are rolling with happiness :) A little faux stitching to finish of the sentiment.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!


  1. oh how cute is this!!! i love your paper piecing its so perfect...and those Lil chickes rolling about look so sweet... your faux stiching is just fab!!! i really thought you had done some actual stiching on it...till i read your post!!

  2. WOW!!!Such a cute HAPPY card is this...Love you paper piecing UJJWAL!!!And I agree with Snehal,About the faux stitching looking actual.

  3. This is so adorable.. Love the paper piecing and am still smiling.. the rolling birds looks CUTE

  4. This is totally adorable! Love the rolling birdies!!!

  5. Oh wow what a cute your rolling concept..also adding these stamps to my wishlist. thanks for introducing them !

  6. This is gorgeous...and the faux stitching looks very real.Nice to see you back with this cute one

  7. These birdies are so so cute...loved the idea of tossing them around


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