15 May 2011

Tutorial on Paper Piecing a TILDA Image..

Bit of a long post so go grab a cuppa & I hope it helps some bloggers..??
As promised I have done a VERY basic easy step by step piccy tutorial
on paper piecing an image. This is the way I piece a stamped OR Digi
image with design paper..
Over on Totally Tilda chall. we had a chall for Paper Piecing a Tilda image
sadly quite a number of entrants had to be deleted for not complying with
the theme..I had an email from an entrant explaining she didn't know what
paper piecing an image meant.  The blogger had not understood our wording..
We forget there are NEW bloggers & our overseas crafters who all love to
take part in challs. & make the effort to create beautiful creations only 
to be disqualified.. so here goes step by step..


Here I have stamped 2 Tilda images, one on my design paper, the
other on my chosen colouring pad.. If you are using DIGI images
simply pop your design paper in the printer & print your whole image.



In this piccy you can see I have used a nestie shape & cut the Tilda image out.
The design paper I have cut out Tildas DRESS this is what I want to piece up..
(A little tip if your design paper is a one way pattern make sure its the right way up..
I cant tell you HOW many times I've stamped it upside down..)LOL

 

This piccy shows the coloured image & the cut out dress in design paper..
another TIP if you are using a Nestie or any other die to frame your image
cut the stamped image out FIRST ..  I use a PVA dries clear glue to stick the
cut out dress to the finished coloured Tilda  as it has some play so you can
line it up & the glue wont mark your work..



Here Tilda now has a new Designer Dress ..doesn't she look smart??
Glitter etc can now be added...




Here is the finished creation the Butterfly digi down load papers are available
from Pinkgemdesigns & they go so well with these Tilda images.




Some more examples of Paper Piecing technique..
click on ANY of the pics for a closer look..


 
With this image I pieced Tilda's Coat & Pocket, Brolly & Boots.

      





Tilda's dress & parasol have been Paper Pieced on this creation








If you have any questions plz. feel free to email me..button in side bar..
thanks for stopping by Christine xx

26 comments:

Netty said...

This is something that I've been meaning to try for some time. Thanks for the tutorial, it has encouraged me to finally have a try.

nicolet said...

Yes, paperpiercing is fantastic!
Thanks for the tutorial!
Hugs Nicolet

Chrissy said...

Fabulous tutorial...thank you so much. I sort of knew how, but I always messed up, but, this was really clear and easy to follow.
Luv CHRISSYxx

amanda stokes said...

Hi christine,
Fab tutorial.
Love this tilda and her pretty butterfly dress.Gorgeous card!!! :) xx

June Nelson said...

Ive never tried this Chrisitne but I must!!! thanks for the instructions. Your card with the blue tilda is my fav I love it xxx

pinky said...

I love your paper piecing, thanks for the tutorial. Just love the cute little papers you used in the first one Christine. Gorgeous blue card.

Elaine said...

Hi Christine,
My apologies for not being around much (again!) I was working extra hours all last week, so it was work, cook, shower and bed!
I love paper piecing, it ties the card together so well and I've done it myself when I've not liked the colouring too much!
Your tutorial is fab, very easy to follow and well worded.
Love the blue Tilda card, so very pretty.

Hugs Elaine xxx

Cor* said...

Well done with the tutorial!
That butterfly paper and your piecing on that card is STUNNING!

denny said...

hi christine great tutorial hun and the cards stunning hun very pretty xxxxxxx denny

Tracy said...

So many gorgeous creations with brilliant paper piecing.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Mau xx said...

Good clear Tutorial Christine must admit I love paper piecing, but don't do enough of it xx

The Mama Monkey said...

I am also glad Blogger is behaving!! What gorgeous creations! I love all the added bling!

Thanks so much for playing along at Use It Tuesday!

debby4000 said...

WOW amazing cards Christine.
luv
Debby

jennie'g' said...

brilliant tutorial all your cards look fab thank you for sharing jenniexx

coops said...

fantastic tutorial christine and beautiful cards ;D

xx coops xx

Christine L said...

Very clear tutorial Christine for those that didn't understand... well done!
Hugs
Christine x

Clarky J said...

This is fabulous - a technique i always think looks so great especially on cutie cards . thanks for taking the time to share x janet

Lee said...

Brilliant thank you.Gorgeous creations as always.Hugs xx

Kellylouj said...

Thank you for this it all makes sense xx

Teresa said...

These are all gorgeous cards Christine, I love paperpiercing especially with small flower design paper, looks great!
Hugs Teresa xx

Nannieflash said...

Well Christine thats a really fabulous tutorial and so easy to follow, you are a natural. with hugs Shirleyxxxx

Lorraine A said...

Fabulous tutorial Christine and all the cards are fantastic ,, lovely to see them all together :-)

luv
Lols x x x

Susie Sugar said...

What a super tutorial Mummy
I know it will help a lot of crafters , I can remember when I first saw the phrase "paper piecing" and how confused I was , I wish I could have read this back then its great and so useful
Thanks for taking the time and sharing
Hugs Susie xx

♥...Mo...♥ said...

Spectacular
Thanks for Sharing

Chorley Cake said...

Ohhh I've been meaning to have a go at this ! You've inspired me to give it a try. I LOVE the turquoise card, clap clap clap from me ! WELL DONE xxxx

Laura said...

Fabulous tutorial Christine, thanks for sharing!
Laura xx