OCC Background Check Class- Day Two

Class information can be found HERE

I’m back today with a technique featured in the second day of class. The queen of plaid stamping, Laura Bassen, shared this technique. I have to admit that I’m not good at this. My lines usually are wonky and doesn’t end up looking good. However, I was inspired to give it another shot…

I decided to start with my lines at an angle so I wouldn’t get frustrated when things didn’t end up straight. LOL I used a bold color combo to compliment the adorable ketchup and mustard bottle from THIS set.

To make the smaller images pop, I stamped them with THIS ink and then clear heat embossed them. I stamped a sentiment from the same set inside one of THESE dies. A very simple card.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!


I used THIS and THIS stamp set to create the plaid design


  1. Shirley
    July 30, 2015

    oh my goodness. Your card is soooooooo cute. I really like the back ground, the colors, the sentiment…well, I'll just say it I really like the entire card.

  2. Jana
    July 29, 2015

    I didn't think I needed that Lawn Fawn stamp set but now I think I might! Ha. Great job on the plaid. It looks so fun!


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