I love to make baby cards and wish that I had more of a reason to send them. However, my friends are way beyond the baby bearing stage themselves so now I’m happy to send them to the joyful grandparents.
This is another card that uses a variety of products that just worked so well together.
It’s all in the details…
- The card base for each card measures 5″x5″. I used SU Balmy Blue and Powder Pink card stock.
- The next layer is cut from a scalloped nesting die that I bought second hand on Ebay and don’t know the manufacturer…sorry. I cut this out in Whisper White card stock.
- This is popped on the card base with fun foam.
- The next layer is again either Balmy Blue or Powder Pink. With the final layer coming from Lawn Fawn’s Spiffy Speckles patterned paper.
- Using SU’s A Little Wild stamp set, I stamped and colored each image using Stampin’ Blends and again, adhered them with Stampin’ Dimensionals. Then cut them with the coordinating, Little Loves framelits. I love this set and will be sad to see it retire.
- My favorite part of these cards is the scripty sentiment. I used Simon Says Stamps Oh Baby die. This is a two part die that cuts the sentiment along with coordinating mat.
- The inside sentiment is from SU Better Together stamp set.
- I’ll create a custom envelope for these using the Envelope Punch Board.
This card will work well for proud parents and grandparents alike!
I hope you had a wonderful weekend and are looking forward to the upcoming Easter holiday. I’m enjoying the week off, as it’s SPRING BREAK…yay! With Easter being so late this year, everyone at school was so ready for this! My break started off with a fantastic weekend attending OnStage in Atlantic City with some of my favorite people. It was a lot of fun…as always. It’s also exciting to receive the new Annual Catalog and start thinking about new projects to create. So with fresh new products being introduced, we have to say goodbye to some old favorites. Here are the retirement lists for the current Annual Catalog and the Occasions Catalog. Both will retire on June 3, 2019. Click on the images below to get the full lists.
Thanks for stopping by today!