This card was a fun way to celebrate the arrival of a colleague's new baby boy. The Zoo Babies stamp set is fun and whimsical. Whether you use Indigo Blue (as I did) or Daffodil Delight (yellow) or Pink Pirouette the result will be fun.
This was a super easy card using my Postage Stamp punch and a 1 1/4" Square punch to create the boxes.
The Perfect Dots embossing folder added texture and interest to the white background. I don't have congratulations on your baby sentiments so I used something from a retired stamp set; Sweet Essentials. The ribbon came from the 2013 Sale-a-Bration event in Island Indigo.
I even tucked a monkey on the inside of the card…
I hope I got your mojo going today.
Did you remember to turn your clocks back? I love turning the clocks back and gaining another hour to my weekend! Woot Woot
The month of November brings many birthdays for family and friends. So you will see a lot of Birthday cards this month.
I wanted to create a bright and colorful birthday card and I believe I succeeded!
Using the Quatrefancy Specialty Designer Series Paper as the centerpiece I added a birthday cake from the Make a Wish stamp set and inked each layer with Stampin' Write Markers – Bermuda Bay, Strawberry Sluch and Crushed Curry. The finishing touches of Bermuda Bay Taffeta Ribbon and Rhinestone Basic Jewels provide the perfect amount of bling.
Enjoy your Sunday!
A colleague who is a big Green Bay Packer fan has a birthday tomorrow. So in honor of his birthday I created this Packer Backer color themed birthday card.
Using the Stampin' Up! Square Framelits this card came together with ease. The embossing folder is from my local big box craft store. Here is the inside:
Don't you think he will think this is a fun card?
Thanks for stopping by!
Stampin' Up! Supplies used:
Paper: Summer Starfruit, Gumball Green, Very Vanilla card stock
Ink: Gumball Green
Stamp: Yippee Skippee!
Tools: Big Shot, Square Framelits