Saturday, 18 January 2014

Week 155 Theme

For our challenge  this week we have chosen
the theme
New Baby!

It seems that these are cards that we all seem to need on a fairly regular basis.

It's just me this week. Jen needs a little time at the moment so I've put a couple of extra cards here for you to see, although I'm sure you're all bursting with ideas for baby cards.
This one was made with the waste from a cut file .
This is the card made from the Silhouette file which I rescued the other onesie from! The flowers on this one are gently twinkled with Glamour Dust. (Sorry this picture is so dreadful)

A little stamping here!
This little giraffe is from Papertrey Ink and what a cutie he is. The background is a stamp from Hero Arts and  the sentiment stamp says 1989 on it but I'm not sure of the make. I bought it second hand quite some time ago and I simply love it! Some of the panels are popped onto dimensional pads to add a little relief.
A few more die-cuts here. The onesies on the line are from Memory Box and the sentiment from Tattered Lace.
I would like to thank all those crafters who take the time to visit my blog and leave a comment for me there. I truly appreciate it. It takes a long time to visit all your blogs and comment on your work and to have this reciprocated is really most gratifying!
THANK YOU!
There are a few more samples for you to see there!
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7 comments:

  1. Oh Chrissie, all your cards are beautiful but I love the first two. What a great idea to make two cards from the one onesie !! A xx

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  2. All of these are so pretty. The last one is my fav though.

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  3. Lovely cards - especially the giraffe one! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. Beautiful New Baby cards Chrissie-I have gone Giraffe for this one too :)
    Nessa xxx

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  5. Love your cards Chrissie - all so cute for a new baby!

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