Wednesday, January 4, 2012

It's a Boy!

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Just had to share another baby card I made for a friend at work.  He just became a new Daddy 15 days ago to a new baby boy named Evan. This is the card I made for him.

Recipe:
A2 size card in blue cardstock
New Arrival Cartridge
Stork cut at 3-1/2" w/shadow
Baby cut at 2-1/4" w/shadow
Blue moon and stars paper bought singly at Joann's
Used alphabet wooden stamps to stamp Welcome Evan
Button brads in yellow
Popped up the stork and baby

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13 comments:

  1. Very cute, love the color combinations you used.

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  2. So Sweet! Great paper on this cutie!
    Carri~abusybee
    www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

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  3. Very cute! Love the papers and how you personalized it! :)Amy

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  4. Hey Pat, it's been a while hasn't it? Hope you had a wonderful holiday season. Love this cutie and that you put his name on it.

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  5. This is such an adorable card. I really like the mix of papers you used. I always have a hard time coordinating papers like that.
    Another great card!

    Thanks for the inspiration,

    Cindy :)

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  6. OMGoodness, this is just so darn cute!!!! I love it! Thanks fo rthe inspiration.

    Patti Ross
    rossfam@wildblue.net
    www.pattilynncreations.blogspot.com

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  7. Adorable card!! I love the pretty polka dot paper and the blue and green together looks fantastic!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  8. Very cutie card...Aww I love baby cards, and you do them so beautifully

    Amanda

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  9. This reminds me of the 3 packs of Peachy Keen stamps I bought before Christmas and I never used. Where the heck did I put those things?! That stamped face looks so cuuute!

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  10. sooooooooooo cute, of course!! I expect nothing less from someone as wonderful as you! And dust balls are teeny tiny beads with no holes, so they cannot be sewn on, they have to be glued. The even smaller ones are called micro beads! Reaaaalll teeny tiny!

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