Monday, May 25, 2015

SPDCCC01- Precious Plaid Onesie

There's a new challenge at SugarPea Designs.
 Introducing the Creative Color Challenge.
What a sweet color combo for the first challenge.  It immediately said "baby" to me.  
  So I channeled my inner Laura Bassen and did the plaid stamping technique
using the back of the skinny lines stamp in Read Between The Lines.  I added some faux stitching lines and cut out the onesie using SugarCuts Welcome Baby Accents die.
 I started by stamping lines using the back of the two skinny lines stamp in Read Between The Lines.
 Then I turned the paper and stamped in the opposite direction.
 I added faux stitching lines using a white gelly roll pen.

Then I cut out the onesie using SugarCuts Welcome Baby Accents Die.
Stamps:  Read Between The Lines (SugarPea Designs)   Paper:  Recollections White 110# (Michaels), vellum, Hibiscus Burst (Papertrey Ink)   Ink:  VersaMark, Pear Tart, Dandelion, Rose Bud, Angel Pink (Memento)   Accessories:  SugarCuts Welcome Baby Accents Die (SugarPea Designs), Cuttlebug, White gelly roll pen, score tape, heat tool, Gold embossing powder (stampendous), anti-static embossing pouch   Techniques: Heat Embossing, Plaid Stamping
Play along with any stamp you like - but if you use SugarPea Designs, we'll top your voucher up to $15!
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Upload to your blog or other online gallery using keyword: SPDCCC01 so that we may check out your beautiful work
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Read Between The Lines
Read Between The Lines
SugarCuts Welcome Baby Accents
SugarCuts Welcome Baby Accents


Lynette said...

Adorable, Lisa! What a great plaid you created - awesome!

Vicki Dutcher said...

So sweet - great plaid work too. I sure wish I could get my white pens to even make a dot let alone a line!

Rosemary said...

good grief your little card is absolutely adorable, lisa!! love that little plaid onsie!!

Laura Norris said...

So adorable! What a great plaid pattern you created. At first I thought you just used PP!

lostinpaper said...

Stamped to perfection Lisa!

Anni said...

So so cute! LOVE how you created the onsie! Thansk for the step by step tutorial!

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CherylQuilts said...

How adorable, Lisa! I LOVE the plaid onesie! Cute!! Hugs!

Jean said...

Brilliant combination of elements!

Tracey McNeely said...

I really love the gold embossing Lisa!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

This is so adorable

Celeste Goff said...

This card is awesome!

Celeste Goff said...

This card is awesome!

Lola said...

Oh my goodness that is genius! Gorgeous card.

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