Friday, May 3, 2013

Cabana baby

Hi stampers!  Quick post before work today...I meant to do it last night but didn't end up doing ANYTHING:-)

Here is a simple card using the new label love set.  Remember that you can use the smallest scallop circle punch to punch out the circle in the baby stamp!  And again, I'm going to marry coastal cabana!  It's soooooo pretty and how perfect is it for a baby card????? My little baby medallion was inspired by a sample in the catalog.  It's full of great ideas!  I'll be sending them out next week!

Stampin' Supplies:
Stamps:  Label love
Paper:  Whisper white, pear pizzazz, coastal cabana
Ink:  Daffodil delight, coastal cabana
Accessories:  1/4" daffodil delight taffeta ribbon, vintage trinkets, scallop circle punch, artisan label punch, baker's twine, needle point border embossing folder, lace tape

I suppose you could argue that the lace tape is kind of feminine for a a boy card but really I don't think a baby will care, hehe! And I think that this shade of blue (Tiffany blue anyone???) could totally work for a girl too!  Not all girls are pink girls, right?  Maybe I'll give this one to my cousins this weekend....although I won't get to see them since they will be working, only the baby.  I'm kind of sad about that....I miss my "little" over 6 foot tall cousin :-)  Although seeing him at 21 and with a baby makes me feel OOOLLLDDD!

Well time to go to the salt mine as my grandpa Bingamon would say....I thought he actually mined salt for an embarrassingly LONG time ;-)

Happy stamping!

2 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! Have you had a chance to use the new clear stamps by Stampin' Up? I am on the SU website and they have two new clear sets! I am thinking about ordering them, but I would love to hear your opinion!

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    1. Hi Erin, I've talked about the photopolymer stamps in a few posts! They do have two cute new sets out this month. I really like them. I was skeptical but they are very high quality as far as I can tell and give a good image with our new firm foam ink pads. I thought they would be kind of "squishy" but they are nice and firm. I'll try to email you as well in case you don't see this comment and I'll try to remember to address it in another blog post :-)

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