Saturday, April 12, 2014

Zoo Babies - make your own DSP

 This was such a straightforward idea of making your own DSP using the variety of animals and different ink colors using the Zoo Babies, I just love it.  I took Pistaschio Pudding base card, embossed with Striped embossing folder.   I stamped a piece of whisper white with the animals in Pistaschio pudding, Crisp Cantaloupe, So Saffron, and Pool Party and bordered it with scalloped ribbon punched from Crisp Cantaloupe CS split in half. I stamped the lion in Baked Brown sugar on white and stamped sentiment in pool party punched it out with scalloped circle punch and lined it with a larger circle and mounted with Dimensionals.  Added a Very vintage button  tied with calypso coral Baker's twine and mounted that with a dimensional too.  I chose these colors to make it good for boy or girl but you can change up the color to make it for either sex.

Enjoy.   Lynda

Things you need to make this card you need
Paper:     Whisper white  CS               100730            $8.50 (40 sheets)
                Pistaschio Pudding CS         131294         $6.95 (24 sheets)  
   Crisp Cantaloupe CS            131298           $6.95 (24 sheets)  
   Baked Brown Sugar CS        131296            $6.95 (24 sheets) 
Stamps:  Zoo Babies   130453  Wood  $27.95             130456 Clear    $19.95 
Ink:       Baked Brown Sugar   131174
            Pool Party                   126982
Pistaschio Pudding         131177 
 Crisp Cantaloupe       131176       
So Saffron                   126957   

Tools:  2 1/2 Circle punch  120906    $16.95
           1 3/4 Scallop Circle  Punch     119854    $16.95
           Dotted Sacllop Ribbon Border punch  119275  $15.95
           Stripes Embossing folder      126128    $7.95
            Dimensionals      104430            $3.95 (300 dots)
Accents:  Very Vintage Designer Button  129327 $5.95  (24 buttons/ 3 designs)

               calypso coral Bakers twine   125573   $2.95 (25 yards) 

You can buy any and all of what you need at

1 comment:

Cindy Berger said...

I used the 1 3/4" scallop punch but I think the directions for this one take the 2 3/8" scallop punch. The words do not fit pleasingly on the 1 3/4".