Cards- Baby

Stampin Up First Frost Wreath

There are so many lovely possibilites with the First Frost stamp set and dies. For this card, I decided to make a wreath as the focal point of my card.

I used night of navy and mint macaron cardstock as well as the Frosted Floral designer paper. This paper has a pearlized shimmer all over. It is stunning. So hard to catch it in a photo, though.


I used the large Stitched Circle Framelit in very vanilla as my "guide" and placed the foliage all around it.

The ink colors are night of navy, blackberry bliss and blushing bride.


I placed a matching pearl, rhinestone or gem in the middle of each flower for a little more sparkle, than tied it with a night of navy gingham ribbon across the bottom.


Such a sweet card for a wedding, graduation, new job or birthday card.

Have you bought this set yet? Its so gorgeous, and the shading of the stamps is perfect- one ink stamping and wow, 2-3 shades in one!

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Stampin Up: Little Elephant and Matching Elephant Punch

So how about a super bright baby card? I used the Little Elephant bundle for this one. The Little Elephant stamp set also has a matching Elephant punch. How cool is that?


I used the new pineapple punch ink and cardstock as well as the new gray granite. Packs a little punch, right?


How sweet is the new Tufted emboss folder? I love this look- kind of reminds me of a baby quilt.


I added the Stitched Labels Framelits to layer the elephants on. It makes the perfect frame. I also added a few Basic Adhesive Backed Sequins and Silver Metallic Pearls for the eyes.


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I made this card as a swap for some special people on my Stampin UP Alaskan Cruise. Which is most likely where I am as you read this.


Who says baby cards have to be soft pastel colors? Anything goes, am I right?

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Oh Baby- Its the Layered Alphabet once again!

So this time I've made an adorable baby card with the Layering Alphabet dies. I'm telling you, this set is great for any occasion at all!

I used the colors, petal pink, powder pink, blushing bride and flirty flamingo. All soft, pretty pinks for a baby girl.


Each color was cut at 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches. The card is the same size in whisper white.


The "congrats" is from the Thoughtful Banners stamp set and the little birdie and heart are from the Pick A Pennant stamp set. There are so many cute little stamps in both of these sets. Perfect to pair with the Layering Alphabet.


It really is my most favorite stamp set of all time! So many fun cards and scrapbook pages just waiting to be created! And its pretty simple too. I hope you'll give it a try. Check out the video below on how to use this Layering Alphabet die.

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Baby Card with the Animal Outing Kangaroo and Koala

My last post featured the Animal Outing stamp set and today, I'm going to share another card that I made with the same set.

This time I used the sweet kangaroo from the Animal Outing stamp set to make a darling baby card.


I colored the kangaroo and koala bear with the Stampin Blends alcohol markers, just like I did with the rhino card in my last post. I used the ivory, bronze and crumb cake markers on the kangaroo and the smoky slate markers on the little koala bear. The cardstock colors are So Saffron and the new Gray Granite.


Once again I used the fabulous Share What You Love designer paper for the background. However, I cannot wait until I get the coordinating Animal Expedition designer paper to use with this set! I also added lots of fun squares to frame this cute duo. The squares were die cut with the Layering Squares framelit set.


I wrapped it up with a lemon lime twist ombre ribbon and a button from the True Gentleman button assortment pack. Such a sweet card to give either a baby boy or girl!

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Bunny Bonus

One last bunny card from the "A Good Day" stamp set. How can I resist this cute little thing? So heres a quick post with the bunny again in different colors and a new layout.

I used the Petal Pairs "vines" emboss folder as well as the Naturally Eclectic designer paper for the split background.


The colors used are wisteria wonder, whisper white and pool party.

I used the coordinating 1 1/8 and 1 3/8 scallop punches to layer the bunny as well as the Starburst punch in wisteria wonder.


The sweet little embroidery hoops frame this little cutie so perfectly. I added the lovely smoky slate gingham ribbon to wrap it all up. Did you notice the tiny pearl on the pool party bow? How sweet is that?


Just a note: the hoop stays on great with the tombow multi purpose glue and the ribbon has a soft shimmer to it that you can't she in the photo.

This was the Bonus card at Card Class and it sure was a huge it with the ladies. Hope you like it too!

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Easter Bunny/Baby card Simple Eclipse Technique

Easter is just around the corner and this " Sweet Little Something" bunny is perfect for Easter cards and pages. I actually made this as a baby card, but it is just as great as an Easter card.

The colors are whisper white, pink pirouette and berry burst cardstocks as well as pink pirouette, sweet sugarplum and berry burst inks. I stamped them in that order.


This card uses a simple Eclipse technique. I used only one heart from the Sweet and Sassy hearts framelits set. I first stamped the bunny on the whisper white, then cut out the heart over the bunny head. Next, I attached the whisper white that had the heart cut out of it, to the berry burst cardstock, using dimensionals, so that it was elevated. Finally, I placed the heart cut out back into the open heart space and glued it down.


Here, you see the dimension from the Eclipse technique. To see another sample of this technique, click here. I also used the gorgeous berry burst ribbon and a few scattered pearl jewels to add a more feminine touch. I placed the pearls directly on some of the dots formed by the Softly Falling emboss folder.


So, for both a new baby or a sweet bunny Easter card, its perfect either way! The Sweet Little Something stamp set, is a must have this season.

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