Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Mr And Mrs Bates' 5th Anniversary

Hello.  Welcome.  There is a paper piecing challenge over at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity.  I think this is a great way to add colour to images and also use up some of those scraps we all seem to have.  This time I have used the very fun American Gothic Party stamp from Lost Coast Designs to make a quirky anniversary card.  

This pair just crack me up!!  5 years happy and a wooden pitchfork for a gift!!  Do hop over to the Portal to check out the details.  There is lots of amazing inspiration from the team and also the linky and your chance to win Lost Coast Designs and/or Carmen's Veranda stamps!!  Still here??

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
Stamping Sensations Challenge - I Spy, Something Beginning With B blue, brown, bodies, bloke, barn, brads, bells.
Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday - Celebrating Stamptember paper piecing is a really fun technique. 
Repeat Impressions DCC95 - Anniversary 


  1. One of my favourite images/pictures ever! Great card, Jo x

  2. It's a really sweet creation for our 'I Spy' theme at Stamping Sensations challenge Gail and seven 'B's, well done on thinking outside the box - the 'bloke' made me smile, many thanks for joining in.

    B x

  3. Love the quirky couple in the picture frame. Fabulous card.

    Sylv xx

  4. Great card! I do love to paper piece, too; it is the perfect way to add patterns to your image as well as use up some scraps! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

  5. What a great job on paper piecing on this image, so glad you joined us at The House That Stamps Built! Donna DT

  6. Such a fun way to participate in the Anniversary challenge over on The House That Stamps Built! Thanks for linking up!


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