So they are a natural to make this little pumpkin (see previous post under 3-D items). And Natalie, who is enamoured of the cute little things, happened to be wearing an orange shirt and served as Vanna White for me. She was too cute with the orange shirt, gray corduroy skirt with orange flowers, orange and hot pink striped tights, and orange barrettes! Mommy goes a little nuts with the "matching" thing sometimes!
Here's a couple more projects with that Haiku DSP. I just love the paper quilting with those pesky scraps. So fun to do. And I learned how to do the adorable Hawaiian shirt fold and in true Lyssa fashion I have made a bajillion of them. Actual count.
This last photo is a close up of the shirt fold. I also used the versatile Eastern Blooms set (which-is-on-sale-right-now-but-only-until-September-thirtieth-so-you-have-to-get-off-the-computer-and-call-me-right-this-minute-so-you-don't-miss-out). Order either the Eastern Blooms or the Haiku DSP (really, you need both!) and I will show you the shirt fold for free any time.