Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Once Upon A Time - Little Ones - You Can Never Have Enough Fabric - Welcome Little Ones - Ribbon Quilt

Yogi here today and I got a little carried away...BIG GRIN.  I'm not really into babies and things, but we were asked to do baby thing projects... And I came across the scissors in a Tonic Tim Holtz pamphlet and cut it out. And then I was in a mood to do a ribbon weave and the rest evolved and evolved and evolved...

I'm using a die "Once Upon A Time"  and "LittleOnes" 7pce set from Elizabeth Craft Designs, also available on Quietfire Design HERE and HERE

I'm using a rubber stamp quote which I love from Quietfire Design ("You Can Never Have Enough Fabric")

I'm also using a clear stamp design element designed by Suzanne Cannon and available on Quietfire Design "Welcome Little One" 5pce set and also available on Elizabeth Craft Designs HERE 

Scored and folded my pink cardstock  to create the easel structure. Cut a piece same size as card (7"w x 5"h) and adhered to card front.

Created the ribbon quilt: adhere strips of Sari variegated ribbon to the top edge of a piece of cardstock. Started weaving horizontal pieces of ribbon starting with a cream toned polka dotted ribbon. I alternated with a bright pink silk ribbon, and a bright green silk/gauze ribbon. Adhered some double sided tape to the outer edges to hold the ribbon in place. Trimmed down. Die cut a frame using Elizabeth Craft Designs "Stitched Rectangles" and adhered over weaving. Adhered to card front off set.

Die cut the "Once Upon A Time from a white gold pearlescent cardstock (Paper-Garden.ca). Adhered to card front.

Cut out the scissors from the Tonic Tim Holtz brochure. Inked with Versamark and clear embossed twice. Adhered to card front.

Stamped the fabric quote onto cream cardstock inked with Versafine Black Onyx and clear embossed. Trimmed down adding the picot edge and adhere to card front.

On the floor: Stamped the "Welcome Little One" onto cream cardstock using the black and clear embossed. Cut out with a Spellbinder's oval die set. Die cut a couple small circles to create handles and adhered to either edge of quote piece. Slipped the pink ribbon through the loops and adhered all to card floor.

Die cut the feet and Onsey from white Shrink Plastic. Colored with alcohol ink and shrunk. Adhered to card using Glossy Accents.

Die cut the Thread spool (Memory Box "Thread Spools") and the thimble and pin cushion (Spellbinder's "Sewing Elements"). Colored with mini Distress pads and colored pencils then adhered to a piece of cream cardstock then onto the floor to act as my stopper.

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