Thursday, March 11, 2010

Easter Set using Character Cafe digi

No one ever said Easter is all about bunnies.
I wanted to put together a little something for the kids, and the girls are easy...but what about boys? So I thought this little guy was perfect!
Isn't he just adorable? He is colored with Bics and Copis, I used M's Just Chillin DP and MME Magnolia for the solids, The Character Cafe digistamp, and embellishments.
Over at The Character Cafe Blog this week, Deanne has set the challenge:

I love layouts since they are a really great jumping off point when I make cards. Anyway, a 2 year old little boy isn't going to be overly impressed just getting a I made a coordinating t-shirt to go along with his Easter gift.

Here's what I did: I opened my image in Paint, filled in the areas using the paint bucket in coordinating colors, saved. I then opened Word, opened and sized my image. I set my printer settings to "iron on transfer" which automatically flips the image, and printed on my transfer sheet. Then just folow the directions on the iron-on packaging. Why is he backwards? Because I didn't read the instructions first that tell you NOT to flip the image. Oh well.

So this is for Rhys, and I hope to post the girls' gifts next week. This also meets the following challenge: All Sorts Challenge - #42 Just For Men


Fink said...

I love the card with the embellies! Adore that T-shirt & am glad to know I am not the only one that does not read directions all the way! I would have never guessed that it was backwards!

Sandy from Ukiah said...

Well, it turned out cute even if you didn't read the one will know but us.

Rachel said...

this is sooo CUTE lola! what a great Easter gift. Can't wait to see the others. never even realized the image was backwards on the shirt till you said. Oh well still looks great!!

Kirsten said...

Fabulous card love the bone and the letters...x

Thanks for joining us this week at allsorts hugs Kirsten...x


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