Clean and Simple (sort of) Baby Card

I recently held a Clean and Simple card class. Well . . . the first card is borderline clean and simple. I tried; I really did, but it ended up taking on a life of its own. The original version was not embossed, but it really looked too flat form. So I decided to emboss …

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Making “Ombre” Background Paper

I needed a baby card for a co-worker, but I didn’t have any baby patterned paper. So . . . I decided to make my own. The technique is a sponging technique, but the result looks kind of like an ombre technique. The card base is Fresh Freesia; the mat is Basic White, die cut …

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Baby’s First Christmas

I thought pairing these stockings with soft pastel colors would be perfect for baby’s first Christmas card.  What do you think? To see how these cards were made, please click on the video below: Product List Hang Your Stocking Photopolymer Stamp Set [142114] $21.00 Christmas Stockings Thinlits Dies [141841] $30.00 Cable Knit Dynamic Textured Impressions …

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Baby Boy Onsie Card

Today’s baby card is a simple onsie.  It was made using the template from  Tuesday’s card. I had a bit of “technical difficulties” and the video was lost somehow.  I did reshoot it with directions on how to make the card, but I did not remake the card (for the third time!) in the  video. …

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Baby Girl Dress

Day 4 of  Baby Clothes Week takes the basic template and, with one minor change, the onsie  becomes a dress. To see how to modify the template, click on the video.  I’m happy to answer any questions you may have.

A little something cute . . .

This is a card I made for the parents of a new adorable little boy!  I used the Something for Baby set and did a bit of heat embossing to give the card some dimension. The card base is Marina Mist, and the card front is Whisper White.  I used the Layering Squares to make …

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