The card was also inspired by the Saturday Inspiration Challenge at Splitcoast Stampers. The website is called Harabu House and has many interesting designs. The photo I chose for my inspiration is this quilted baby blanket. Before I post the photo of the card, I have to issue a spoiler alert for my daughter, Kristen: LOOK NO FURTHER, KRIS, unless you want to spoil your surprise! I know I shouldn't post it until after the event, but if I don't, it's going to be many more moons until I can get a post up.
Here's the card:
As a new Stampin' Up demonstrator, I'm restricting myself, now, to Stampin' Up products and it has been fairly easy, because SU has such a varied supply. The card base is Regal Rose cardstock, layered with DSP from the Brights Pattern stack and Chocolate Chip cardstock. I stamped the image from Artistic Etchings several times on Very Vanilla cardstock and punched them out with the 1 3/4" circle punch. I then mounted them on the Chocolate Chip cardstock and ran it through the Big Shot with the Square Lattice embossing folder, to give it a quilted look.
The owl from the Fox and Friends set was stamped on Very Vanilla with Chocolate Chip ink and cut out using the Circles #2 die and matted with Regal Rose punched out with the 13/4" circle punch and with a Chocolate Chip 2 3/8" scalloped circle punch. The sentiment was punched out with the Modern Label punch, and voila!
Now I have to get back to work (haha) on invites for the next workshop! Ta ta for now!