Aaah, back in Mo land for a while, Crafty Bloglanders, and ready with my card for this week's DP2 Challenge, which is 'paper piecing'.
I'm rather fond of paper piecing: it is a simple, stylish way to get colour and pattern on to an image without having to colour, for a change. Some of you may remember my paper-pieced Shaker-style box, which was also for a Mo's Digital Pencil challenge. This was a real labour of love - some of those pieces were reeeealllly small! But it just shows how far you can take paper piecing and the results you can get.
This time, I've not gone quite so far in my devotion! But I have pieced quite a bit of this image:
'Bronte Wants It Now!'
Papers: Not really sure - they've been in my stash for ages!
Tools: EK Success Retro Flower Punches; Floral Punch leaf spray.
I quite like the simplicity of this card - although there are flowers and a bow, the overall look isn't cluttered and it's quite pretty.
I love this image too - I think it was one of the first Mo's I bought, actually. It was for a friend's birthday in January this year, so it must have been.
Obviously, there was very little for my Copics to do this time - just a little skin colouring, and Bronte, of course. Other than that and the tiny details that required inking in, Bella and her parcels and wrapping paper have been paper-pieced.