Friday, January 30, 2015

Tangelo Twisted Lotus Blossoms

Are you getting sick of seeing the Lotus Blossom yet? I'm not. I love this stamp and how you can add the dimension without having to colour - just STAMP! This card is only ONE layer - no dimensionals! I stamped several of lotus blossoms using Tangelo Twist and Pumpkin Pie inks... I love orange, my favourite colour.
I used the foliage stamp from the 'Butterfly Basics' stamp set to make my leaves in Mossy Meadow and Old Olive inks. It's really easy to make a stunning card with the Lotus Blossom set ... I can't say enough good things about it! Plus, you can earn it for FREE during Sale-a-bration - and that's even better :)
To finish, I added some Dazzling Details glitter and layers of Mossy Meadow and Basic Black.

Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Stamps: Lotus Blossom (Sale-a-bration Exclusive Stamp Set), Butterfly Basics
Papers: Basic Black, Whisper White & Mossy Meadow Cardstock
Inks: Tangelo Twist, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive & Mossy Meadow Classic Inks, Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
Accessories: Stampin' Trimmer, Dazzling Details

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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Painted Petals is PERFECTION: Part Three

For the last two days, I shared ideas using the 'Painted Petals' stamp set - new in the Occasions Catalogue from Stampin' Up! All projects were made with only one stamp set!! This is my third part of my Painted Petals is Perfection series of posts. I have 3 cards to share today, all very different which is another reason why this set is PERFECT. I can't believe I ever doubted that.
1) For my first card, I didn't use any of the floral stamps - only the dots and stripes. I love how it turned out. Probably my favourite of the cards I made.
I started first stamping the stripes in Pear Pizzazz classic ink, then I added the Calypso Coral dots, then went back with more stripes going the opposite way with Crushed Curry. To finish I added a sentiment and some Itty Bitty Accents Flower Punches and Rhinestones coloured yellow with Daffodil Delight Blendabilities Markers.
2) For this next card, I didn't use any flowers here either. I made a check pattern with the stripes and a fun dotted background. I used Calypso Coral and Mossy Meadow inks and cardstock to make this card. It was surprisingly quite quick to come together. I was just playing around to see what fun backgrounds I could make and this was the result.

Actually the first piece I stamped was the circle - except that it was on a scrap piece to try it out, then I added the stamp and couldn't just waste it so I made the background to match!
3) This was the last card I made. I wanted to try the flower stems stamp, then just kept adding stripes, then some dots.

I stamped the thank you, then punched it out with the 1" square. Cut some layering pieces with coordinating cardstock and added a cute bow, made with the new 'Bow Builder Punch', I wanted it to look like a present - so stinking cute!

I had so much fun making these cards with the Painted Petals stamp set, some of these cards only took minutes to create, others took a bit longer. But with this set is easy to make lovely cards in no time! I hope you've enjoyed my shares and are inspired to create with this very versatile set. It's definitely NOT just another floral set :)
Here are the supplies used to create the 3 cards:
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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Painted Petals is PERFECTION: Part Two

Welcome back! I've got my second set of shares featuring the Painted Petals stamp set. This time it's definitely a floral affair. For my card I started by stamping a Whisper White layer using Calypso Coral and Strawberry Slush classic inks. The stems are a combination of Old Olive and Mossy Meadow inks.
I then cut the layer into 1" strips. I added a Calypso Coral layer behind each floral stamped piece. Then attached all four to a piece of Old Olive cardstock. I then stamped the thank you sentiment 4 times, in all of the 4 colours that I used and punched them out with the 1" Square Punch.

I adhered the squares to the bottom of each of the stamped panels. Before attaching to my card base I stamped some stripes with Strawberry Slush ink to make the background a bit more interesting.
Here are the Stampin' Up! Supplies Used on my card:
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Next, I decided to make a bookmark. I cut a 2" strip of Whisper White since I used the Angled Tag Topper Punch I couldn't make it any wider. I stamped my images just like my card, but changed the sentiment. I used the Natural Two-toned Baker's Twine - love it! To finish, I added some sparkles!
Here are the Stampin' Up! Supplies Used for the bookmark:
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Thanks for stopping by and checking out my second day of Painted Petals shares, I have one more day of shares tomorrow - I hope you'll come back to visit me.
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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Painted Petals is PERFECTION: Part One

I feel awful that I doubted this stamp set...I thought that I didn't need it.. that it's just another floral stamp set, that it is NOT! My upline, Jenn ordered this set as part of her pre-order back in December. She let me try it and that's all it took to change my opinion. I ordered it that very night. I'm sure most of you are like me who love floral stamps and probably... like me already have several. But what's one more right?!! Painted Petals is one of my all-time favourite stamp sets, not only are the stamped images beautiful (they give the look of watercolouring), but the fun stripes, dots, sentiments...... it's so easy to just play and be creative with this set. I sat down last week, since I had Shingles and couldn't do much else because the pain was so bad... I stamped and created and the creative therapy did help me at least in some way to forget the agony I was in. I am feeling much better, but definitely don't want it again! Well, enough about me... let's show you the beauty that is Painted Petals.
I decided to make this a 3-part share since I made numerous projects with this ONE stamp set... LOVE it! 
I started by stamping with Strawberry Slush (pink... me? I know!) and some Calypso Coral classic inks. I stamped the stripes one direction, then turned the other. I decided to cut a window with the Circles Framelits Dies, then add some more circle layers. The very center - I used the little tulips stamp, so pretty. The bow is made with several threads from the Naturals Two-toned Baker's Twine (I just used the Old Olive). I love Baker's Twine - this particular one was carried over from the Holiday Catty!
Here are the Stampin' Up! Supplies Used for my first card:
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For my next card, I decided to go for a bit more floral look.  
I used Strawberry Slush (again!) and Daffodil Delight Classic inks. I stamped on and off to get my background. To get the two-toned look, I stamped the Daffodil Delight first - then on the edge of my stamp added some Strawberry Slush. Then using only the Strawberry Slush ink I and the striped stamp made the fun lattice look at the bottom. I added a strip of Old Olive and a Strawberry Slush bow made with the new Bow Builder punch. It only took me 5 minutes each to make these cards - so easy with this stamp set!

Here are the Stampin' Up! Supplies Used for my second card:

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I hope you'll check back with me tomorrow for my second part of my Painted Petals shares!

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Monday, January 26, 2015

You Plus Me: Twitterpated with Perfect Blend

Happy Monday?!! Well, hopefully it's that start of a good week for you and me! When I ordered this set I didn't really know what twitterpated meant... all I knew was that it had to be love related based on the stamp set that it was with. Apparently it was mentioned in the movie Bambi. When I don't know something, I look it up and this is what it means:
Twitterpated (according to the Urban Dictionary)
1) to be completely enamored with someone/something.
2) the flighty exciting feeling you get when you think about/see the object of your affection.
3) romantically excited.
4) the ever increasing acceleration of heartbeat and body temperature as a result of being engulfed amidst the exhilaration and joy of being/having a romantic entity in someone's life.
I used the 'twitterpated' stamp to make my background - I love stamping my cardstock to make my custom designed papers. I used Real Red, Calypso Coral and Smoky Slate ink... but it still wasn't enough so I added some Calypso Coral hearts to finish it off. It has been so long since I used Calypso Coral, not sure why... as I love that colour? I seem to be using it quite a lot lately. Probably since I'm not completely twitterpated with pink! Ha ha, wink, wink! =D

I had my husband in mind when I was creating this card since he seems to always have a coffee in his hand. I went to the 'Perfect Blend' stamp set for my coffee cup image. When I got that stamp set last June I never thought I'd use a coffee cup stamp set so much, but it is definitely well loved! 
I used the YOU + ME stamp from the 'You Plus Me' stamp set from the Occasions Catalogue. This is another set that is getting a lot of use and not just for Valentine's Day either. I stamped the coffee cup wrap over the sentiment and cut it out. It was too white, so I sponged a bit of ink over to make it more muted. I then stamped the center portion of the coffee cup onto a piece of Stacked with Love designer series paper and cut it out to add a pop of colour to the cup and it coordinates nicely with my background colours. Before I attached the cups, I wrapped some Baker's Twine and used a button from the Best Day Ever Accessory Pack from Sale-a-bration. You can see a closer view of the cups, I coloured with Smoky Slate Blendabilities Markers.
I linked the cups together like they are kissing, awwwwww :)
Here is what the inside looks like, which I stamped a bunch of hearts and arrows. The angled piece is for a gift card... for Tim Horton's or Starbucks perhaps! I added a sentiment made with the Alphabet Rotary stamp and added it to the pocket. "For the love of coffee and you".
I was so happy with how the first card turned out, I wanted to try another. This time I added a heart diecut before adding my coffee cups and used Crumb Cake and Rich Razzleberry inks! I thought they'd fit nicely into the heart shape - they did. I hope you like them and have a terrific day!!!
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Sunday, January 25, 2015

From the Herd: It's pasture birthday...

I have a fun share today featuring the new and oh-so adorable 'From the Herd' stamp set. I knew that I had to have this stamp set as soon as I saw that cute little piggy. I love pigs, I've been collecting antique pigs for many, many years. I have always had a soft spot for those cuties. One of my stamping friends, Colleen had a birthday on Christmas - that's who I made this card for. I wanted it to be a birthday card, but a bit of Christmas added too... can you see what I added? The little goat is wearing a Santa hat! 
I coloured these cuties with a bunch of Blendabilites Markers. Pink Pirhouette for the piggy, Smoky Slate for the Llama and Cow (hair), Daffodil Delight for the chicken with the funky hair, Coastal Cabana for the little birdie and Crumb Cake for the goat and cow. I used Wild Wasabi for the grass.

This stamp set has some great sentiments to go with the cute animals - like just looking in on you... from the herd... party animals and the one I chose, it's pasture birthday...well, because I gave her gift late... oops, I'm bad. I actually bought it in the summertime - but have been working far too much. Excuses, excuses I know... better late than never, right?!
Back to my card, I stamped and fussy cut out some birthday party hats, and a balloon to add and some googly eyes for a bit more fun!

I made another, more simpler card at the same time. I decided to just colour the piggy so he popped right off the page - he's just looking in on you.... so cute!! 
I hope you like my cards and have a great day :)
Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Stamps: From the Herd, Get your Santa On
Papers: Stacked with Love Designer Series Paper, Whisper White, Basic Black and Wild Wasabi cardstock, Gold Glimmer Paper
Inks: Tuxedo Black Memento ink, Crumb Cake, Coastal Cabana, Smoky Slate, Daffodil Delight, Pink Pirouette, Wild Wasabi, Cherry Cobbler and Pumpkin Pie Assortment Blendabilities Markers
Accessories: Paper Snips, Stampin' Trimmer, Hearts Border Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, Crushed Curry Baker's Twine
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Saturday, January 24, 2015

Stacked with Love & hello

Hello crafty people! Before I head off to work, I've got a simple but bold card to share! I really wanted to use that large ampersand paper from the 'Stacked with Love' designer series paper stack from the NEW Occasions Catalogue. It's quite large so it takes up a good portion of the card front... that is if you use the standard 5-3/4" X 4-1/4" card front size. I trimmed it down a bit and cut a bunch of layers in bright colours to give some POP. 
I had some diecuts left over from a previous project and had this "hello" from the Hello You Thinlits Dies cut from Pacific Point cardstock, so I decided to use Pacific Point. I had a piece of Strawberry Slush handy so I added that too - they add a nice infusion of colour to an otherwise neutral paper.
Since the ampersand is so BIG, I didn't add too much. I wrapped some Baker's Twine and tied a bow through a basic metal button and added some confetti stars.

Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Stamps: None
Papers: Stacked with Love Designer Series Paper, Strawberry Slush, Pacific Point, Basic Black & Whisper White Cardstock
Inks: None
Accessories: Stampin' Trimmer, 2-Way Glue Pen, Whisper White Baker's Twine, Silver Metal Buttons, Hello You Thinlits Dies, Confetti Stars Punch, Dazzling Details.

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Friday, January 23, 2015

Suspended Sentiment: World of Dreams With Sympathy

Now, I'm never excited to make a sympathy card... but, sometimes it's necessary and I want them have a beautiful card to know that I'm thinking of them. I think the 'World of Dreams' stamp set from the Annual Catalogue is so stunning with the lovely sentiments and beautiful silhouette images. They are very fitting for a sympathy, get well or thinking of you cards. They could work for other occasions also, but I needed to make some sympathy cards so that's what I'm sharing today.
I started with a base card of Basic Black, 8-1/2" X 5-1/2", scored at 4-1/4". I cut a Whisper White layer for the inside of the card, measuring 4" X 5-1/4", since the card base is black it might be difficult to write a message without a white or metallic pen. I knew that I wanted to use the oval framelits to cut out my stamped image. Then I thought it might be nice to make a window-type card.
Before cutting my window on the front of my card, I adhered a piece of 'Adventure Bound' designer series paper to the front. I just love this paper stack, with the photo-like designs and the flipside being plaids, tweeds and textured designs - great for cards like this and more masculine cards too which is always nice. I decided to use the birch bark design to make it look like a hole in a tree and the little birdies are inside. That's where I got the idea for this card from anyway! I tried to find where to put the sentiment, but I didn't want to cover up too much of that lovely birch bark paper, so I made a suspended sentiment over my window. But how to attach it??? I decided to make a frame by using the same size framelit as the window, and the next larger one to make a frame in Basic Black to adhere around my window opening. I punched a small hole on either end of my sentiment and weaved a piece of Baker's Twine through and secured the end of twine with a mini glue dot and attached the frame overtop to hide the ends. I used the Modern Label Punch, which I punched two, the second is attached with dimensionals to hide the twine that is weaved through the back for a more finished look on the inside when the card is open.
Here's the card opened up...
Here's a closer look at the suspended sentiment...
I added a few flowers over where the twine was attached just in-case some of the threads peeked through. Plus, it adds a bit more interest to a more simple card. I'm pleased with how it turned out, I hope you like it!

Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Stamps: World of Dreams
Papers: Adventure Bound Designer Series Paper Stack, Whisper White and Basic Black Cardstock
Inks: Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
Accessories: Ovals Collection Framelits Dies, Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack, Rhinestone Basic Jewels, Mini Glue Dots, Tombo Multi-purpose Liquid Glue, Modern Label Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, Whisper White Baker's Twine, Stampin' Trimmer, 1-1/16" Circle Handheld Punch

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Thursday, January 22, 2015

Wintery Sheltering Tree

Hello crafty people! I cannot say enough great things about the stamp set - Sheltering Tree. When I first viewed the Occasions 2015 Catalogue, I fell in love with this beauty... then I tried it - and the love affair continued. There is something about a tree stamped image, and the fact that you can add leaves, hills and other additions is even more perfect. I love tree stamps, Lovely as a Tree is one of my all-time favourites and this one will go right along with it! I shared a spring card back in December, which I love - but with this wintery stuff going on outside, I thought it was fitting to create a wintery themed card. I other great thing is that I only used one stamp set for this card. You can check it out below...
I love how Stampin' Up! makes creating beautiful cards so easy because their stamps are so beautiful all on their own. We just add the window dressing to finish them off! I decided for my card to make a field of trees, with the snow falling and just a few leaves (although they have turned brown) still remain on some of the branches.

I went with the colour scheme of Smoky Slate, Soft Sky, Early Espresso and Crumb Cake. Very soft colours, but fitting for the season that is winter! It's hard to see in the photo, but I added some sparkles to the trees, snowflakes falling and snowy drifts in the field of trees using Dazzling Details Glitter.
All that was needed to finish my card was a sentiment and a bow made from Whisper White Baker's Twine! I'm happy with how it turned out. As I look outside now, most of the snow has melted - but I'm sure that won't be like that for long as I live in Canada and snow is not an uncommon occurrence here!!
  I hope you like my card, and have a wonderful day :)

Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Stamps: Sheltering Tree
Papers: Smoky Slate, Soft Sky & Whisper White cardstock
Inks: Early Espresso, Soft Sky, Crumb Cake and Smoky Slate Classic inks
Accessories: Whisper White Baker's Twine, Hexagon Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, Dazzling Details

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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Guy Greetings: Hats off to you!

Hello... I LOVE this stamp set, Guy Greetings.. it is so perfect for masculine cards, which I find harder to make - I've never understood why that is, but it is. I was immediately drawn to it because of the classic car image and sentiment "to a classic". I thought it would work great for cards for my dad. Not only that, there is so many other fun stamped images like the one on my card today.
Check it out... 
I decided to stamp the entire white layer of cardstock with the hats stamp. I used the stamp-a-ma-jig to get them in perfect alignment. Once that was done, I stamped the 'Congratulations' and 'Hats off to you' sentiments and cut them out to mat onto my card. It still wasn't enough, so I stamped some hats onto Pacific Point and Crushed Curry cardstock and fussy cut them out and added them to the corners of the sentiments. Then layered the entire front layer to Basic Black, then Crushed Curry and Pacific Point to finish my card off. I'm sure you will see more fun cards with this great set! Have a great day :)

Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Stamps: Guy Greetings
Papers: Pacific Point, Crushed Curry, Basic Black and Whisper White Cardstock
Inks: Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
Accessories: Paper Snips, Stampin' Dimensionals, Stampin' Trimmer, Stamp-a-ma-jig

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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

You + Me: Swaps in the Making

Hi there... yesterday I shared my swap cards that I made. Today, I've got the cards that I was trying out before deciding on exactly which one to make. If you've ever made a swap card before, you'll understand what I mean. Granted, these cards are not very different, but some of the elements changed. I still love each of these cards and I thought you might like to see them too!

I love the angled cuts and really wanted to try to use the new 'Stacked with Love' washi tape. I love black and white together - and paired with the bright bold colours of Bermuda Bay and Real Red is even better! These two cards look very similar, the differences being the first cards paper strips are cut at graduated increments from 1/2" to 1" widths, on the second the strips are cut even at 1/2" wide. On the first one the sentiment is recessed - the whole card is popped up on dimensionals and the sentiment is attached directly to the card base. On the second one the sentiment is adhered off center from the 2-1/4" Basic Black circle.

The third card was actually the first one I attempted. I really liked the look of the designer series paper one one side and the real red on the other. That's kind of where I went with the final swap idea that I shared yesterday.
This one is also close to the one I chose to swap, except I added more layers to the final one. Instead of colouring the entire sentiment in with Blendabilities, I only did the me and outlined the letters with the fine tipped Journaling Pen from Project Life. I basically took elements from each of these cards to get my final swap card! I hope you like my cards today, and have a super day!
Check out this weeks Weekly Deals: January 20 - 26th
Stampin' Write Markers, Blendabilities and Baker's Twine make for some tempting specials! One week only!!

Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Stamps: You Plus Me
Papers: Stacked with Love Designer Series Paper, Basic Black, Bermuda Bay, Real Red and Whisper White Cardstock
Inks: Real Red and Bermuda Bay Classic Ink, Bermuda Bay Assortment Blendabilities Markers
Accessories: Circles Collection Framelits Dies, Starburst Framelits Dies, 2" Circle Punch, 2-1/4" Circle Punch, Project Life Journaling Pens, Bermuda Bay Sequin Trim, Stampin' Dimensionals, Stampin' Trimmer, Chevron Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack, Stacked with Love Designer Washi Tape, Mini Glue Dots
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Monday, January 19, 2015

You + Me Swaps

Hello.... Today I'm sharing my swap cards that I recently made for our demonstrator group swap. I was unable to attend the meeting and swap in person, so I have to wait until Friday to see the swaps the other swapper made.
All cards are to feature items from the NEW Occasions catalogue and Sale-a-bration brochure. You can check out the cards I made below...

I decided to make a Valentine's card, but it could also work well for an Anniversary, Mother's Day or Father's Day card. I chose some gender neutral colour for the cards, I really like Bermuda Bay mixed with Real Red... it's a combo that most wouldn't automatically gravitate towards... but something about those colours made me want to make a card with them - they are both so bright and colourful!
I started by making an ombre stamped background using the Sale-a-bration set 'Best Day Ever'. I love the fun background stamp of dots. I used only Bermuda Bay, stamped once, twice and three times without re-inking. Starting at the bottom, then moving towards the top with the lightest stamped image. I stamped the You + Me from the 'You Plus Me' set. I like that the sentiments can be used for more than just Valentine's Day. I diecut it out using the 'Circles Collection Framelits Dies'. Then coloured the words in with the darkest colour Bermuda Bay Blendabilities Marker, and the medium Cherry Cobbler Blendabilities marker. Then it was to decide how to add the sentiment to the card, so I cut a 2" Circle in both Real Red and Bermuda Bay - cut them in half and added half to one side and one to another.
For swaps, it's easiest to cut and stamp all the pieces then make an assembly line to attach each piece of the card. It's much quicker too! I used the Hearts border punch and Basic Black cardstock, and matted a piece of Real Red behind it for the hearts to pop more. I used the awesome 'stacked with love' designer paper, the one with the tiny little hearts. For the final touches, I added some Basic Black Baker's Twine, some Bermuda Bay Sequin Trim (sequins removed and scattered within the stamped dots) and one silver glimmered heart to the punched heart trim. I love how it turned out. I hope my fellow swappers liked my card and you like it too! 
I had a really cute helper while making my swaps... one of my furr-babies - Winston! My newest kitty, rescued from the cold last fall... I just love him to bits - look at that adorable face :) He is more of a distraction than a helper, but he sure is cute!
Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Stamps: You Plus Me, Best Day Ever (Sale-a-bration Exclusive Stamp Set)
Papers: Stacked with Love Designer Series Paper, Basic Black, Whisper White, Real Red and Bermuda Bay cardstock, Silver Glimmer Paper
Inks: Tuxedo Black Memento Ink, Bermuda Bay and Real Red Classic Ink, Bermuda Bay and Cherry Cobbler Blendabilities Assortment Markers
Accessories:  Bermuda Bay Sequin Trim, Basic Black Baker's Twine, Mini Glue Dots Stampin' Dimensionals, Stampin' Trimmer, 2" Circle Punch, 2-1/4" Circle Punch, Hearts Border Punch and Circles Collection Framelits Dies
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Friday, January 16, 2015

Brand NEW, Baby

Well, I had a very interesting night..... in the hospital! I avoid hospitals like the plague, but with no doctors available - I had no choice. I've been having these horrible back pains, thought I'd pulled something.. turns out it's shingles. I always thought that was something seniors got, apparently thiry-something people can get it too.... can't do much but sit or lie down - and it's painful to do that, but at least I can get some crafty stuff done. Crafting will make me happy and hopefully help to forget the agonizing pain I'm in :) Sorry to be such a downer.... (sigh!)... I do have a card to share today, a baby card...
Baby cards are something that I I really don't make a lot of ... once in a while, when needed. I decided I should try to make one, since it had been a while... this is what I came up with. I used some bright colours - Crushed Curry and Bermuda Bay! Who says baby cards can only be baby blue and pale pink?! I used the very cute 'Baby, We've Grown' stamp set from the Annual Catalogue (page 80). It was a carryover from the Occasions catalogue of 2014. I used some of the lucious Moonlight designer series paper for the striped background, I cut a strip of Bermuda Bay to separate the Whisper White layer at the bottom (embossed with the Lucky Stars). 

I coloured and fussy cut out the bunnies and the Brand NEW stamp. That wasn't quite enough, so I added some of the cute baby booties dangling from some Crushed Curry Baker's Twine and the little Cute Boy sentiment as a little tag for the booties! You can see a close up below. I did have fun making this baby card, I should try to make one more often... I hope you like it, have a great day :)
Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Stamps: Baby, We've Grown
Papers: Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry, Basic Black and Whisper White Cardstock, Moonlight Designer Series Paper
Inks: Tuxedo Black Memento Ink, Daffodil Delight and Bermuda Bay Blendabilities Assortment markers
Accessories: 1-1/4" Circle Punch, 1" Circle Punch, Starburst Framelits Dies, Paper Snips, Lucky Stars Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Stampin' Trimmer, Stampin' Dimensionals, Crushed Curry Baker's Twine
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