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DD's Paper Pieced Bear

My daughter made this card for St. Patrick's day by paper piecing a digital image. She wanted it for the SBS29 challenge - Think Green and the Daisy Doodles challenge #3-Bears. The image was a freebie from There's Magic in the Air.


Thank you for looking.

Comments

Gina said…
This is very sweet! I haven't even ventured into paper piecing digis yet. Great job!
Marlene said…
You can tell your daughter that the crazy lady thinks her card is wonderful!!! Really cute!!! (On second thought, don't tell her I'm crazy.)
so cute! Your dd did a great job with this card! Thanks for sharing her creation with us!
Karin said…
Great job on cuting this cute little bear! Awsome card and cute freebie :) Thanks for sharing it!
Tammy said…
She did a great job with this card!
Rhonda said…
Liz...this is wonderful!!!! I love your paper piecing...I would love to try it. I am thrilled that you are playing with us at Daisy Doodles.
Good Luck Kiddo!!!!!!!!!!!
Pretty-In-Ink said…
Your DD did an amazing job! This is super cute!
Donna said…
Hi Cheryl, your daughters card is so sweet and beautifully paper pieced...she is deffo a chip off the old block :) Donna x
Joanne Gilch said…
Dear Liz, I know you do not know me and should not talk to strangers. I have to say that this card you made with the teddy and shamrock is so adorable, I just love it. Please make more cards and tell your Mom that Joanne thinks your cards are terrific! Tell you r Mom that she'll be taking lessons from you soon. Bye now and keep up the awesome art work.
*Vicki* said…
Oh wow!! Now this is just darling!! I love that little bear and his balloon!! So sweet!! TFS! HUGS
Kathy said…
Great work Liz, love paperpiecing and your bear is the cutest!
Melissa Jenkins said…
Aw, so cute. :-) I love bears!
Lindsay Weirich said…
she did a greAT JOB!
Shelly Schmidt said…
Adorable! Mine is coming- no kids here to craft with :( Looks like you have passed on your talent!
Leanne said…
Wow Cheryl! There is just talent flowing all thru your family!!! I left something on my blog for you!
Nishant said…
This is very sweet! I haven't even ventured into paper piecing digis yet. Great job!
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Becky said…
What an adorable bear
Nina said…
Hi Cheryl, thanks for leaving me a link, I always love to see what the children do!! She is a wonderful job on her pp!! and I love the orange she matched with her green!! So lovely and she did a wonderful job; tell her her card is soo cute and she made my image rock! :o)

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