Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Welcome Baby



Hi everyone.  Here is my design team card for the latest challenge at Addicted to Stamps & More #46 - Anything Goes.  I made a CAS baby card using my new Gingham wheel stamp from SU! ... coral ink onto blushing bride cardstock (LOVE this color combo!).  Hope you like.







Prize:  2 sheets of digis (8 images)
(please follow the rules of the challenge to be eligible to win)

Whoopsi Daisy will be sponsoring the whole month of May 2013



Stamps:  Short and Sweet; Gingham wheel stamp (SU!)
Paper:  White, Blushing Bride (SU!)
Ink:  Calypso Coral (SU!)
Accessories & Tools:  Big Shot, Die-namics Highrise Alphabet (Lowercase) dies (MFT), Mandarin Twine (The Twinery), Stamp-a-ma-jig, adhesives, and dimensionals

I inked my gingham stamp with coral and ran it over my blushing bride cardstock several times to create lots of gingham paper to work with.  As you can see in the close-up view below, I didn't take any time to line up the gingham when die-cutting the letters ... I like that they have character. :)

I used my Stamp-a-ma-jig for placement of my "welcome" (stamped in Coral ink) and then popped up the "baby" letters for added dimension.




Here's a close-up of the main part of the card:




I hope I have inspired you to join us for this fun challenge.  Check out the other fabulous creations by the Design Team at ATS&M!




16 comments:

  1. OMG Loll....Your baby card is absolutely adorable. I LOVE your color combo, CAS design and creative gingham die cut baby. TFS
    I am off to check out the challenge :-)

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  2. What a great wheel stamp! First glance made me think you had used patterned paper. It is really beautiful Loll! xx

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  3. Fab way to make gingham paper, really creative and far more fun than just using the ready made gingham. Gorgeous baby card x

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  4. Well I'm with Kylie! Couldn't believe you'd used a wheel stamp.....must check that out. Great CAS card and love the colourway.

    Karen x

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  5. Cute baby card, I love the colors! One could never tell the gingham pattern is hand made -looks so professional and like store bought patterned paper!

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  6. Love the gingham pattern and the colours, Cathy x

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  7. Gingham and babies - perfect match :)

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  8. Loll it really looks liked you've used patterned gingham paper, such a lovely CAS card.

    Anne

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  9. This is adorable, Loll! That gingham stamp wheel looks amazing, great job.

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  10. Lolly, what a fun new-idea baby card you've created!! I love it!

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  11. Hi Loll. Lovely card. Really enjoyed reading how you made this. Great way to make your own gingham.
    Hugs, Florence xx

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  12. Absolutely gorgeous hun and thank you for popping by mine and leaving such a sweet comment on my challenge card recently...means a lot!!
    hugs and xxx
    Gemma

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  13. I love the color of this Loll. What a terrific idea to use the wheel to create that custom lettering. Absolutely darling!!

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  14. I'll have to remember the coral on the Blushing Bride! So pretty and a wonderful baby card!

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  15. Such a beautiful baby card and I love the colours xx

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  16. Sorry to be late to the party Loll! My home computer is at the shop being fixed and it takes forever. I had to laugh when i read that you used a Stampamajig.....because I was feeling envois when I looked at your perfectly placed sentiments! (Happy Bee-day)......and I love this card. Clean and simple and smart to use the plaid like that!

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Thanks so much for leaving a comment. I love hearing from you! Loll :)