Moon Baby – Twinkle, Twinkle Card

This week’s Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop challenge is a sketch challenge.

My card today starts off with Bermuda Bay cardstock.  I then used two patterns from the Cupcakes & Carousels DSP to layer over the Bermuda Bay.  In the middle of the card, overlapping both patterns, I stamped in Early Espresso ink the star image from the Moon Baby stamp set.

Using the Stitched Framelits and Bermuda Bay cardstock, I cut out a square and layered it to the left of the card.  I stamped the baby image from the Moon Baby stamp set in Archival Black ink.  I colored it in using a Blender Pen and So Saffron, Bermuda Bay, Early Espresso, and Sahara Sand ink.  Once colored in, I fussy cut it out using a Paper Snips and adhered it over the stitched square.

Using the washi tape technique, I stamped my sentiment on a strip of Very Vanilla cardstock and adhered it to the card (the end using Stampin’ Dimensionals).

Enjoy!

Now click on the button below to see what Amy’s created.

  1. Amy Koenders
  2. Shelagh Freemantle
  3. Mary Deatherage
  4. Jari Francis
  5. Kristi Davis
  6. Jaimie Babarczy <– You Are Here

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15 thoughts on “Moon Baby – Twinkle, Twinkle Card

  1. I hope my young friends have a boy in May! This is adorable. I totally agree with Amy about the background and your fussy cutting! Spring is coming to the Schenectady area soon 🙂

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  2. Just adorable, I love the way you combined the DSP. I will certainly miss that paper. Just such a sweet card and I am going to CASE this one. I need ideas for cards for my local pregnancy center. I used to work there and we give the clients a card with their ultrasound pictures!

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  3. Love your card, Jaimie! The DSP is perfect and your coloring on the moon and baby is fabulous. I have this set but have been afraid to tackle the coloring. You have inspired me to give it a try!! 😀 TFS

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    1. Thanks so much! For the washi tape technique: If you look at the sentiment I used, you’ll notice it’s actually on two lines instead of straight across and I wanted it to fit my long strip of Very Vanilla. To achieve this, I first took a strip of Washi Tape and covered the “little star…” part of the sentiment. I inked it up (with tape on) in Early Espresso ink. I took the washi tape off and stamped the “twinkle, twinkle.” By covering the second line of the sentiment, only the top line got stamped. Then, I took another strip of Washi Tape and covered the “twinkle, twinkle.” I inked up the sentiment (tape on) in Early Espresso ink. I removed the washi tape and stamped the “little star…” part of the sentiment next to the “twinkle, twinkle.” This technique works great if you only want to stamp a portion of or re-arrange a sentiment. Good luck!

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