Time for the DOstamper STARS Thursday Challenge, this week it is a "Sketch Pad" Challenge.
This week I was inspired by quilts. I saw this sketch and it reminded me of the quilts my grandmother made for each of us.
I love the colors and the sweet little sparkly creatures on this card. Bunnies and lambs and bears, oh my!
Yes I know the plural for more than one lamb is sheep but that didn't flow as well...so I opted for lambs.
What did I use to create this beauty? (scroll down to bottom for complete supply list and links)
Stamp Set: Moon Baby
Paper: Falling in Love Designer Series Paper, Tip Top Taupe, Blushing Bride, Soft Sky, Very Vanilla
Ink: Basic Gray
Accessories: Clear Wink of Stella, Metallic Enamel Shapes
It's All in the Details:
- Lots of layers means Stampin' Dimensionals...love these little hexagon shaped sticky foam
- little Wink of Stella adds just the right amount of glitter
- Top it all off with a few Gold Metallic Enamel Shapes and it ready for any baby
Always take the scenic route.
My Project Supply List (click on products to shop online)
One more thing...
I forgot to mention the sweet sentiment inside...take a peek!
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