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Sweet Baby Card

October 23, 2016

012I thought I would share with you one of the cards we made at my Beachmere class last week.  We haven’t made a baby card in a while and so I created this one.  I started by attaching a piece of So Saffron card to Whisper White card and then embossing the whole piece using the Happy Heart Embossing Folder.  This folder will not completely emboss a card front, so you need to push your card to the bottom of the folder, emboss, then move the card upwards inside the folder, lining up the embossed card with the folder and then you can emboss the bottom section of the card.  I attached a piece of So Saffron Designer Series paper from the Subtles Designer Series Paper Stack to the left hand side.  I love monochromatic cards! 014 I cut an oval from Whisper White card using one of the Layering Ovals Framelits Dies , attached it to a So Saffron Scalloped Oval  and then the card front using dimensionals.  I stamped the baby onsie from the Something For Baby stamp set onto Whisper White card using So Saffron ink and cut it out using the matching Baby First Framelit Die.  The baby onsie is attached to the Whisper White oval.  I cut a Whisper White heart using the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch and attached it to the onsie.  Inside the card I stamped “peek-a-boo to someone new” from the Suite Sayings stampset onto Whisper White card using So Saffron ink.  I also attached a narrow strip of So Saffron card which is embossed using the Happy Hearts Embossing Folder.

Such a simple card but so sweet, don’t you think?

Bye for now,


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