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Here Comes Baby

I've got babies on the brain... after all, I'm due with my second in just a couple of weeks! Here's a card I recently created:

Paper: Crumb Cake, Pear Pizzazz (retired), Nursery Nest DSP (retired),
Whisper White
Ink: Basic Gray, Early Espresso
Stamps: Ciao, Baby, Cuddles & Kisses
Tools: Big Shot, Perfect Polka Dots TIEF, Postage Punch,
Owl Punch, 7/8" Scallop Circle
Accessories: Pearls
The idea to use the Owl Punch to create these adorable tiny overalls isn't mine... there are many samples floating around the WWW. I just couldn't resist creating some! I used some of the smallest pearls to create little "buttons" on each pair of overalls and the new Ciao, Baby stamp set with the coordinating 7/8" Scallop Circle Punch to create a nice cluster of images as a focal point.

The Perfect Polka Dots TIEF is just the perfect thing to use for baby cards... and when you have embossing, I find not much else is needed. Inside, I used one of the beautiful sentiments from the new Cuddles & Kisses stamp set - "A new little someone to kiss and to love, a happy addition from heaven above".

I created a baby girl version of this card that I'll share with you in another post. :) Stay tuned!

Until next time, stay crafty!


  1. First of all, Congratulations! Those rompers are adorable. Perfect selection of DSP.

  2. Omg this card is adorable Steph! Love it! Amazing of what other things can be created with our punches. Can't wait to see the baby girl card. Congratulations on your second bundle of joy.

  3. It is just so cute and congrats that is so wonderful
    love Carolyn

  4. Where do you get some awesome inspiration? These are so adorable! I have to CASE these for sure. Can't wait to hear the news of your new arrival!

  5. What did you use for the suspenders? Ribbon or card stock? Pretty little. Wonderful card. Thank you for sharing.

  6. What an adorable and creative idea!

    ~Shawnie B.

  7. What an adorable and creative idea!

    ~Shawnie B.


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