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Plaid Birthday

Laura Bassen is a genius.  I always love her cards.  She is particularly known for her plaids, and she recently had a tutorial, so I thought I'd try it out.  I love the result!

Paper: PTI Berry Sorbet, White, Harvest Gold
Ink: PTI Berry Sorbet, Summer Sunrise, Harvest Gold, Aqua Mist
Stamps: Impression Obsession Borders, PTI Big and Bold Wishes
Other: PTI Aqua Mist twill tape, Mat Stack die, Sakura Stardust pen-red

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  1. The plaid is awesome, are you taking a class right now? I'd love to she her tutorial on this. Which stamps did you use for the plaid? Christianne

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    1. I just realized the video tutorial was done for the most recent Online Card Class--Clean and Simple 2, on one of the last days. The stamp I used was just a stripe stamp from Impression Obsession's border set, but any stripe will do--PTI's Faux Ribbon, Distressed Stripes, or Super Stripes. I started with the Berry Sorbet from corner to corner to make the first X, then I stamped Summer Sunrise below both lines, then Harvest Gold and Aqua Mist, and back to Berry Sorbet. Then I did the reverse order above the first X to keep the same repetition through the top of the card. I hope that makes sense. Play around with colors--it's fun!

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  2. Cheryl! This is gorgeous! You did such a great job!

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