Happy Friday everyone!  We are thrilled to bring back our Freebie Friday feature here on the Paper Crafter’s Library blog.  Each Friday here on the blog, we will have a special something for you.  It might be a project, an element that you can print and use in your scrapbooking/card making, a cut file to use in an electronic die cutting machine, a short technique video or a video introducing you to a product.

You will also see regular freebies on some of our social media and other channels.  These freebies will all be different – so to collect all the freebies you will need to check us out here on the Paper Crafter’s Library blog on Fridays, Andrea’s blog on Thursdays, subscribe to our newsletter (which comes out on Fridays) and like our Facebook page.  You won’t want to miss out, so if you are not on our newsletter list, be sure to sign up from the right hand side bar of this blog.  If you haven’t liked our Facebook page be sure to do that too!

Make sure you check these three sources regularly as any elements and cut files that we give away will ONLY be available for one week and then will be moved to the Paper Crafter’s Library store as well as the Paper Crafter’s Library member area.

The Sky’s The Limit Card Featuring Lawn Fawn Stamps and Dies

In today’s card we break out some fun product from Lawn Fawn – the Blue Skies stamp set and coordinating dies.  The card features a paper piecing technique – a great way to add color to an outline image without actually having to color it in.


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Have a great weekend!


3 replies on “Freebie Friday: The Sky’s The Limit Card”

  1. Paper piecing is my personal “go to” technique…so happy to see this technique featured on your site today. Also enjoyed how you demonstrated how to repair little imperfections in the carrying out of the design. Thank you!

  2. Very nice card, haven’t done much paper piecing so really enjoyed this tutorial. Thanks for sharing!

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