If you read the sidebar about me, you saw that I'm going to be a first-time Grammy soon--and sooooooooo excited! Little 'Baby Z' is expected around August 1, so I've been busy getting ideas and making things for the baby shower. It seems like right now, my life is all about 'cute'!
My baby shower invitations are finally done, and thanks to some adorable baby stamps from Stampin'Up!, they were a breeze to make.
The little rompers were a jumbo roller stamp--I rolled out a couple of sheets of these at a time, and colored the ones I wanted to use, then cut them out. The hangers were made with some gold wire I had, which I simply twisted around two dowels, cut off one end and curled the other into a hook. If that's too much work, I saw (after I had these made) that the Tim Holtz line of embellishments now has some paperclips that look like hangers, and also look to be the right size for something like this.
I used a Spellbinders Nestabilities die to cut the back panel the rompers are mounted to, and airbrushed it with my Copic Air Brush System, using first Y11, then YR00 over that, to give it a nice peachy glow.
My background paper is "Sweet Pea" by The Paper Studio, and I used 3 different prints from their mat stack size pad, so not all my backgrounds looked like this one--but this was my favorite!
A friend and I went to the Great Lakes MegaMeet scrapbook expo a few weeks ago at Novi, MI, and got to meet Jackie Wamhoff of Inky Antics, and see all of their wonderful product line! So many vendors were there, and so many ideas for future projects.
Then, last weekend, I was in Columbus, OH, for my Copic Intermediate Certification with Colleen Schaan. If you EVER get a chance to take a class with Colleen, do it! She is an amazingly talented teacher, with a real gift for explaining the techniques.
Thanks for stopping by!