As the weather changes toward Spring, so does our wardrobe. Therefore, I thought it would be fun to look at the Custom Tee stamp set in the Occasion Catalog with the framelit. So today’s stamp addresses decorating that fabulous tee. This fabulous shirt could be a congratulation or a birthday card. You decide.
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Stamp Set: We are in the middle of basketball tournments and baseball will not be far off. So the champ needs a T-Shirt that says “All-Star Champ” which comes from Custom Tee Stamp Set. The various words on this stamp make it easy to create t-shirt’s for different occasions. To add some pizzazz to the card I added Gorgeous Grunge and Moon Baby‘s stars. We are just around the corner from our retirement list and I hope Gorgeous Grunge doesn’t retire out. I forgot to mention that used a stamp from Work of Art. Can you tell where I stamped it? It is behind the t-shirt.
Paper: The base is black card stock and Whisper White card stock holds the action.
Bundle: The T-Shirt Builder Framelit Dies make it easy to create your shirt for a male of female.
Color: I tied the colors together by using the Marine Mist for the t-shirt and the grunge. The stars were a bonus and I used Daffodil Delight. I felt the stars fit right in because of the words “All Star Champ.” The use of Archival Black for the words tied to the black card stock base.
Ink: Marine Mist, Daffodil Delight, Archival Black
Creative Side: Now that I started the t-shirt, you can start by thinking of other ways to use this stamp set.
- Father’s Day
I have another idea on my Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/stampinpinkrose
Stampin’ Up! CAS Birthday card made with Custom Tee stamp set and designed by Demo Pamela Sadler.
What other ways can you think to use this stamp set? I would love to see what you create. Just email me at [email protected]
Accessories: Big Shot, T-Shirt Builder, Trimmer, Watercolored Pencils
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