Design Team Gallery Spotlight

By May 17, 2008General

The Papertrey Design Team did such a FABULOUS job of showcasing this month’s stamp sets, I just had to take a few moments and focus on some of my favorites.  I am sure you will become just as inspired as I did! (You can click on each of the individual project links for a complete supply list)   

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Amy Rysavy made this beautiful frame that would be the perfect gift for someone having multiples!  The onesies from Bitty Baby Blessings could be coordinated with fabrics/colors used in the nursery!  It is such a simple frame and would be so easy to make!

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When I saw this card by Debbie Olson, it literally took my breath away.  I love the colors.  Just so bright and colorful.  The layering of the flowers is amazing and just the hint of sparkle is a perfect finishing touch.  I am really looking forward to making one of these myself!

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Becky Oehlers created this fabulous lampshade using the elephant from Bitty Baby Blessings.  She used spring moss stitched ribbon around the bottom edge of the shade to carry through her soft color scheme.  I just LOVED the way this turned out.  Imaging making a matching framed elephant and other coordinating decor as a n extra special gift!

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When I saw this winter card, I knew instantly that it was one of Heather Nichols’ creations, due to the use of Kraft cardstock!  One of her signature traits!  I loved how soft everything in her project looked.  And it is such a unique take on holiday card too!

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I loved all of the patterned paper that Geny Cassady incorporated into this adorable baby card. She punched out the individual spots from Bitty Big Dots patterned paper to create a fancy edge around the focal point.  The mixture of patterns is so unique!

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Jennifer Ellefson stumbled upon a honeycomb stitch on her sewing machine when she was creating this bee project.  That particular stitch couldn’t be more appropriate!  It provides such a beautiful contrast & texture to her project!

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Lauren Meader took Mailbox Greetings to the next level with her transparency card utilizing the versatile set.  Be sure and click the link to see her additional photo of the project.  The alternate view really shows off the details of the project.  She always demonstrates such beautiful execution!

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Lisa Johnson created the most amazing baby ensemble.  This is the card she created, but you can also click here to see the matching door hanger and addition details of her projects!  I loved how she used the large & bitty ducks together.  Her color scheme is so soft and the button detail is just perfectly perfect!

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Lynn Mercurio made the most adorable baby blocks using a variety of images from Bitty Baby Blessings.  I love that this type of handmade gift could play double duty by becoming a decorative accent for baby’s room AND a fun amusement for baby as he gets older.  They look like they would be fun to make too!

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Taylor_onesies
Taylor VanBruggen really impressed me with her baby boy onesie gift ensemble.  This is the completed set, but you can click here to see all of the individual elements closeup.  The technique Taylor used to create these is so easy annd SO adorable.  I’m anxious to try it myself.

I hope you enjoyed this little Design Team Gallery Spotlight!  I hope this inspires you to have fun with your new purchases when they arrive!

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