Hello Everyone! Happy Tuesday!
NO ... sorry ... no baby boy's born around here lately!
BUT, I'll be ready if there is!
Check out this adorable set I've created as my
DT project over on the Dies R Us Inspiration Blog.
There are several different companies at the Dies R Us store that have some sweet, amazing baby related die cuts ... just go to the Search Box and type in BABY ... you'll be amazed at all the fun things that pop up!
The dies I've used today are:
Spellbinder (OLD) Shapeabilities - 'Playtime' #S4-261
Isn't this onesie just adorable!
Wouldn't it make a wonderful birth announcement card?
I've added faux stitching with a white gelly roll pen where the embossing lines are when die cut ... just for added flair without bulk. You could do so much with this onesie die cut! Keep it simple as I have today ... or really dress it up with patterned paper and embellishments.
Being a 'boy card', I felt something with wheels was necessary! LOL!
Did you notice I colored the nipples on the bottles?
Quick & easy touch with my Spectrum Noir Alcohol mark TB1.
If there's something in particular you're looking to create and can't find the die cut you need ... be sure to pop over to the STORE and type your topic in the Search Box ... I'm sure it will come up with some fabulous selection for you to choose from!
Remember to come join in our Dies R Us Challenge!
There's a new themed challenge on the 1st and 15th of each month and one lucky winner receives a $10 gift voucher to the Dies R Us Store. That could be YOU!!! Plus, the design team picks their TOP 3 favorites of each challenge. What fun!!
You still have time to join in the current challenge ...
CHRISTMAS IN JULY!
Just be sure to use die cuts on your creation to qualify!
OH AND ALSO ... if you do play along in our challenge, you'll want to be sure to pop over to the Inspiration Blog and leave a comment on one of the designer's inspirational posts! By doing that, you will receive an EXTRA chance to win! YAY!
Okay, that's it for me today! I hope to see you soon!
Thanks for stopping by today and as always . . .