Friday, October 16, 2009

Digi-Stamping Paper Piecing Tutorial

Good Morning! Welcome to my first slide show tutorial. I don't own a video camera... well, that's not completely true but let's just say this was the easiest for me.

I wanted to share how to paper piece using digi-stamps. The key to this is to print all your pieces one right after another. That way you're sure to have the same size. At the very least save the document.

I start off with importing my chosen image into a word document (I use Open Office) and size it there. Then start printing. For this one, I printed my base on Vanilla card stock and then chose the paper for the pumpkin, legs/arms and then finally the stem and then printed.

I can't slow down the slideshow, but you can pause it. Hover your mouse over the images and the pause button will pop up.

Here is my finished card. I had to laugh and there are couple who know me really well to know why I am laughing at my great big bow on the side. I won't go into detail, but it is funny.

I hope you enjoyed my slide show. I am rather excited that I figured out how to do this in blogger. Whoo-hoo!!

Thank you for stopping by and enjoy your day. Have a super weekend!

12 Encouraging Thoughts:

~*Joni said...

Cute Pixie card Mel! I love the tut and the colors are so sweet on her. Don't know the story about the side bow but the ribbon pattern and colors are yummy! :D

Sandy said...

Oh, you did an Awesome job on the card...I love the sentiment too! And you did great wtih your tutorial!!!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

I love this tutorial!! How did you figure out how to do it in blogger?

Your card is so sweet!! GReat paper piecing!! Great autumn colors and papers!! Love the pattern and colors on the bow!!

Martha said...

great tutorial.
love it!
and cute cute card :)

PaperCrafty said...

Adorable card Mel!! Love how she is sitting in what feels like a window. Great bow...spill the

Thanks for the great tut!!

Janice said...

Cute card and awesome job on the tutorial!!

Jessica G. said...

Awesome slide slow, Melissa! I think I like this style better than the video.

Thanks for sharing your digital technique; I never thought to paperpiece before I printed an image.

Great job and great ideas!!

Bella Sistah said...

You're missing the brooch!!! I love the card, and love the slide show. Could you slow it down a bit so I can read your instructions? Thanks for sharing!

stampinlynn said...

Great tutorial and what a cute little pixie to do it with tfs...Lynn:)

Maria said...

This is way cool, and technical. Way to go! I love the image and how you paper pieced it.

Tammy said...

Hi Mel
This is a great tut! I always just copy it off on a 4 x 6 sheet of pattern paper. I never thought to do it this way. Thanks so much!
This will be very helpful!

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