Yep, I still haven't put down the PTI Striped Sweater background stamp. So many uses for this one!
I was anxious to cut one of the stitches off the stamp so I could stamp a design, instead of coloring the stitches in with a marker (thanks again for the idea, Tracey!!) I'm really pleased with how it works! I left a large piece of the corner on the single stitch stamp so it wouldn't fall off the acrylic block.
I sketched and cut out the sweater from kraft paper.
Here's another sweater card. I masked the sentiment stamp to fit the outline of the sweater. Inspiration is from two of the Moxie Fab challenges: using stitching (a satin stitch with textured yarn), and this rich inspiration photo from the Tuesday Trigger:
Thanks for looking!
My older son wore a Steve costume from the Minecraft game (we SQUARE PUNCHED that sword together ... I told him he better guard that thing with his life and not let anyone swing it around!)
My younger son was a skeleton last weekend, but changed his mind to be a knight for Halloween. Fun times!
stamps: Papertrey Ink Striped Sweater Background, Papertrey Ink Snowflake Flurries
impression plates: Papertrey Ink Stripes