By Lori m
Using my Gazelle to make a “Print and Cut Plaque” is the easiest and quickest way, no more hand cutting out graphics for me.
Along with the “Print and Cuts” are a few “Paper Piecing” files you can find over at www.bosskutdiecuts.com.
I decided on this idea for a little 2 year old battling Leukemia, rather than just a simple card.
Isn’t it darling? I love how the artist graphics blend so nicely with the amazing Paper Piecing files from www.bosskutdiecuts.com.
To make this plaque you’ll need:
1. Unfinished plaque, I found mine at Michael’s.
2. Mod Podge to protect and seal everything.
3. Some beautiful graphics.
4. The below Paper Piecings!
Here’s the files I used for my paper piecings.
I hope you give this a try, enjoy!