Paper Piecing With Gerda Steiner Designs Monster Fun

September 04, 2015 0 Comments



Aloha Guys!
This is Joyce from Enjoyscrappin2.com and today I'm suing this Monster Fun Stamp set again, I just adore these monsters.  Instead of coloring today, I'll be doing some paper piecing.  I'm sure all of us have tons and tons of scraps from pattern papers so this is a perfect way to use up some of those scraps.  I fussy cut out the monsters and attached them to the circles, also back with some scraps of pattern paper.  I do have a tutorial on this card below if you like to check that out.  I thank you guys so much for stopping by and I'll catch you guys next time.  Thanks again 









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