Last week, I shared a patriotic card made with the Baby's First framelits. That card was actually my second design using the shirts -- this is the first one. My husband is SUPER-athletic, and has started running marathons near his birthday. Since my idea of exercise involves walking to the kitchen to get another glass of wine, I'm floored by the commitment and willpower my husband has. For his birthday, I wanted to celebrate his unique awesomeness.
I trimmed onesie die cuts into shirts, using paper from the Flashback DSP set and then grunged it up a bit with some sponging. The one on the left actually looks like a bike shirt to me, so if you have a biker in your life, this might be good for them, too. You could also make soccer shirts in your kid's team colors, rock band shirts ... you get the idea.
If you do make a shirt card, let me know! I'd love to see how you mix up this design to make it yours.
- Perfect Pennants
- Be the Star
- Starburst Sayings
- Real Red base, plus 4 3/4" by 3 1/2"
- Basic Black cut to 5" by 3 3/4"
- Very Vanilla cut to 4 7/8" by 3 5/8" plus scraps
- Flashback DSP
- I used a teeny piece of Soft Sky to cut a second starburst behind the "Celebrate" one, but it's maybe more subtle than I'd hoped :-).
- Basic Grey
Tools and accessories
- Baby's First framelits
- Starburst framelits
- Neutrals candy dots