Friday, 10 July 2015

Welcome Alice!

Friends along the road have just welcomed a new baby; this is the card I made for them.

This "quilt" technique is really useful for baby cards - just sponge off the edge of a piece of acetate, move it along and sponge again until you have diagonal lines right across the card in one direction then flip it through 90 degrees and repeat so you get squares. I used the tiny heart from the set to stamp in some of the squares for a quilt pattern. With a bit of judicious masking, you can make a one layer card with plenty of interest.

I used Mega Flakes on die cut lettering for a slightly shabby-chic look on baby's name to personalise the card.

Stamps:
Hello Baby Vol 1 by Darkroom Door

Ink:
Brilliance by Tsukineo - Pearlescent Chocolate
Tim Holtz Distress ink by Ranger - Antique Linen

Other:
Font One upper and lower case dies by Spellbinder
Flitter Glu by Indigo Blu
Mega Flake by Indigo Blu - Chariot of Fire
Copic markers
Black fineline marker
White Posca paint pen

Thanks for stopping by!



5 comments:

Kath said...

A lovely card, Joanne. I am sure it will be very well received.

Kathy said...

This is adorable, Joanne. I love the quilt effect but I'm pretty sure it's not as simple to do as you imply!

Debbie L said...

fab card love it

Scrapmate said...

This is delightful. I haven't used that quilting technique in ages, must have a go sometime soon.

Gez Butterworth said...

Beautiful keepsake Joanne. What a superb background. PERFECT ♥