Sunday, April 7, 2019

Creation Station Blog Hop - Gingham Style


Happy April stamping friends! This month's theme is right up my alley, I am a lover of gingham! There's just something about it that makes my heart happy. I was excited to get my creative juices flowing for today's projects. 


Admittedly, I have been on a lemon kick lately and knew they would be perfect with gingham! To highlight their Pineapple Punch and Call Me Clover color, I chose to add a Blueberry Bushel gingham background using the Buffalo Check stamp. May this stamp never retire. I use it A LOT! To break up the blue, I thought I would stamp a strip of Pineapple Punch with the same Buffalo Check stamp and layer it on top. All these colors work so well together! 


Since I had my Pineapple Punch and Call Me Clover colors out, I thought it would be fun to use them again along with Grapefruit Grove to decorate one of our Mini Pizza Boxes. I used the Buffalo Check stamp again for the background and also for the pattern on the apron. Fun, right? The Apron of Love stamp set and coordinating dies are just darling!


I hope you enjoyed the bright and springy ways I used gingham today. I had fun creating them! And since gingham can be a little obsessive *cough, cough*, there are lots more creative ways everyone here on the Creation Station Design Team is using it. Make sure you keep on hopping along to check them all out! The fabulous and bubbly Andrea is up next. Woo hoo!



5 comments:

  1. Yes, I love these! Love the bright colors and that apron is really terrific! Such great uses of that buffalo check stamp.

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  2. These are so much fun Jennifer! Love the bright colours and theme! xx Linda

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  3. Lovely creations, Jennifer. The lemons look gorgeous on their blue gingham, and the cutest little apron too. D x

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  4. Excellent .. Amazing .. I’ll bookmark your blog and take the feeds also…I’m happy to find so many useful info here in the post, we need work out more techniques in this regard, thanks for sharing.  Newton

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