anyone want to do a disney character paper peicing swap?

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  1. nicurn

    nicurn <font color=red>"dark side" scrapper <br><font col

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    hey guys, any interest in a character paper piecing swap? I'm pretty much open for any characters. I guess I'll see what the interest level is and go from there. :D maggie
     
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  3. Spinning

    Spinning <font color=deeppink>Give me a chunk of something

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    I think I am going to pass on this one...I still haven't started my Disney album from my last trip and I have all the goodies from our last swap! But I will keep my eye on this one...Just in case I have the urge to jump in!
     
  4. paulinewdw

    paulinewdw Mouseketeer

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    Let me know the particulars. What characters? Villans? Princesses? The gang? I am up for any of them.

    Pauline
     
  5. RRBB

    RRBB <font color=3333FF>I think I'm in the mood for Ton

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    I've never done paper piecing before, but I'd be willing to give it a shot.
     
  6. WendyZ

    WendyZ <font color=deeppink>Always wants to be on vacatio

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    What exactly is a character paper piecing swap? What kind of things would you make? I'm just wondering if it's something that I can do. ;) We're going back to WDW in August, so I can use more items to help do my books. I have four trips to scrap!!:rolleyes: I did the AK swap, it was my first...I loved it!!:)
     
  7. nicurn

    nicurn <font color=red>"dark side" scrapper <br><font col

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    I was thinking we could do pretty much any character we wanted to, or if you guys want we could theme it to a particular park. Paper piecing is just putting the character together yourself. For example, mickey mouse, you would make his head out of say whte paper and then make his ears out of black paper and attach them. There are a bunch of examples on ebay, just do a search under paper piecing. maggie
     

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