Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Baby's Room.

One of the most exciting things about having a baby (at least it was for me!) was preparing a special room. And although I didn't know my baby's gender I had some things that could work either way. If I had the chance to do it all over again, a lot of my room decor would involved stamping.

Here is an EASY alterable project you can recreate....

I started with a plain wall mountable shelf. It was white to start of with some that made the surface very easy to work with. I stamped the "baby" and "girl" sentiments using Noir Black Palette ink. Then I stamped the sheep on white labels using Pitch Black by Ranger. I coloured the sheep in with Copic makers and then cut them out, peeled off the back and stuck them on. The ribbon is from the Noteworthy collection by Making Memories. I adhered that with a hot glue tool.





Recipe
Stamp Set(s):
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Baby Love (Kim Hughes Collection) by CHF
-"Girl" from Making the Grade (Kim Hughes Collection) by CHF

Ink
-Noir Black Palette
-Pitch Black by Ranger

Accessories
-Ribbon (Noteworthy Collection) by Making Memories
-White labels

Tools
-Hot Glue tool

It took me 45 minutes to take a "large" photo of this. Unfortunately when I upload it, even though it is set on the large setting it still shows up as small on the screen. Click it for a larger version.
Hope you are having a terrific day. The sun is out (which is a miracle for us!) so we are out BBQing a late lunch.

3 comments:

Lorie said...

Oh, this is just so adorable! I love that sheep image! :o)

Inkylin said...

Alli I love the idea of using the white labels to stamp on then cutting them out and adhering them to the shelf. Thanks for sharing with us.

Tammy H. said...

Wow that is so sweet looking. You did a great job!