That inspiration came around last Christmas when my daughter informed me that she needed an apron sewn up as a gift for the gal giving a party. We found a cute "mod" pattern to make. This got my drawing juices flowing and I came up with a few apron images for my artwork collection, however, wondered how I would incorporate them into cardmaking projects, but set the drawings aside. Most of us use other people's creativity as jumping-off points, and wouldn't you know it -- a blog posting came in my email "Thinking Inking" www.debbiedesigns.typepad.com/ and there it was, an adorable apron card! I could not believe it - why didn't I think of that? A Hostess Thank You card ... how clever! I purchased the papers she listed, Cosmo Cricket "Early Bird" 12 x 12 cardstock (which is just a yummy collection not to mention excellent quality) and used the same technique to create the apron, by printing on the paper, and doing a cut & paste of specific parts of the apron. I used my exacto knife to cut-out the intricate pieces and Quickie Glue Pen to adhere them. Oh my gosh ... oh so cute! Now I have to find other images of mine that I can do the same technique to - I have more aprons listings and cookware & bakeware.
I do appreciate that you visited today, Diane