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Baby Card

December 30, 2013

I needed to make a card for my nephew who has a brand new daughter.  Congratulations Jay and Margaret on the safe arrival of Siena.

013I cut one long end of Whisper White card using the Large Scallop Framelit and then embossed it using the Adorning Accents Embossing Folder with the scallop edge.  I added a thin strip of Calypso Coral card to cover the end of the embossing.  I punched the little dresses from Afternoon Picnic Designer Series Paper using the Owl Builder Punch.  I stamped the striped banner from the Banner Blast stamp set (Sale-A-Bration) onto Whisper White card using Wisteria Wonder ink and punched them out using the Banner Punch014I attached the dresses and the banners to Whisper White Baker’s Twine using dimensionals which also attached them to the card front.  I stamped the flower and the heart from the Banner Blast stamp set onto Whisper White card using Calypso Coral ink.  I punched the flowers using the punch from the Itty Bitty Punch Pack and the heart using the Owl Builder Punch.  It’s not the same shape or size as the stamp but the heart on the Owl Builder Punch is smaller so I could punch out the heart and get the same look as the stamped flower.  015I added Basic Rhinestones to the centre of each of the flowers and also to the heart.  I stamped “hello baby” from the Sweet Essentials stamp set using Calypso Coral ink.

To decorate the inside I cut and embossed the Whisper White card and added the narrow strip of Calypso Coral. (Sorry about this photo but I forgot to take it before I wrote in the card so I had to white it out!)

I love how cute this turned out.  The little dresses are very sweet and the banners look fantastic too.  I’d love to hear what you think.

Bye for now,


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