Thursday, July 20, 2017

Mixed Media Paper Quilt by Lizzy Wurmann - Creative Team Thursday

Hi all, it's Lizzy with you today with a fun project to try.

I wanted to create a quilt with my own patterned paper, so I stenciled over previously painted papers and cut 1.5 and 2 inch squares to start making the design. 

To make it easier for me, I traced a diagonal on the cardstock and then I glued one square on each side of that line and from there, I started gluing one on each side of those until I completed the page. 

My plan was to make a card with the small panel and leave the big one for other projects cutting it into stripes, circles or squares or leave it as it is to use it as a base for a journal page or a collage.

Follow along with my video YouTube to see how I created this paper quilt step-by-step.

Stencils used:

Until next time!

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Lizzy Wurmann is a mixed media and scrapbook artist living in Santiago, Chile.  She uses a colorful and vibrant palette to create whimsical, unique, and often altered art.   Her quirky and abstract style has been featured in Somerset Studios, Somerset Memories and Somerset Digital Studios.  Lizzy is a veteran of many design teams, including Scraps of Darkness, Doris Castle, and Lindy’s Stamp Gang.  Find Lizzy on her blog, FacebookInstagram and very active YouTube Channel.


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