"Thanks so much for visiting & commenting on my baby dress card.
I made this card in March 2009 & sorry to say I don’t have any directions for it. I used a onesie template someone posted on their website (she no longer has…"
"OMG...absolutely adorable!! Did you make up the pattern yourself and IF so, would you be able to provide just the basic directions or measurements for it PLEASE??!! My daughter is expecting her 1st baby ( a girl :) and this would…"
"Oh my gosh..thanks Gina for this GREAT tip(s) in creating the sentiment piece, so that it can be EVENLY spaced..this "newbie" is learning SO much here on StampTV and appreciate all the time it must take in makingall the videos....I'm…"
"I LOVE these cards!! And good morning from Central Lower Michigan...warming up quickly out there!! I was just curious if you had a favorite brand of embossing powder that you like ?? I've not had good luck as my images stamped look good until I…"
"Beautiful card!! I would never have thought of this technique but am definitely going to try it NOW!! Thanks so much for ALL your great ideas, tips, techniques, etc..you're AWESOME.
p.s. You look so "pretty in pink"...it's…"
Thanks so much for visiting & commenting on my baby dress card.
I made this card in March 2009 & sorry to say I don’t have any directions for it. I used a onesie template someone posted on their website (she no longer has it posted because she is now selling all of her templates in her store) & I altered it to look like a dress,
I found this Onesie template for you (it’s close to the one I used, scroll down a bit), use it as a guide to cut out a sample then make it without the legs & make it look like a dress. I used a border punch ( Matha Stewart Lace punch) for the sleeves & hem. I started out with an A2 size card…cut an 8 ½ X 11 sheet of cardstock in half the long way, 4 1/4” X 11” score at 5 1/2" then cut your shape to look like a dress. I hope that helps you.
Jo, I learned this technique years ago at a Stampin Up workshop. We just used our rubber brayer. I did see acrylic ones at our Michaels store a while back. But go ahead and try it with your rubber one while you are waiting.
Hi Jo the old lady driving the car is from a Gina K stamp set called Tickle your funny bone. There's an old man carrying a piece of birthday cake and the set has a LOT of sayings with it. The set is sooo worth buying!