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CFC 111 – Welcome Baby

August 1, 2013

It’s another week with CAS-ual Friday Challenge with buttons!!  I love buttons.  I hoard them – which is why you rarely see buttons on my cards!

CFC111

This was a super fun card to make!  I had fun combining all sorts of stamps from different manufacturers – see if you can identify them all!

Welcome Baby

The card came together easily when I got out all the stamps I wanted to use. But I had this this *aha!* moment when I stamped the ribbon. Because it was a solid stamp, I felt that it was missing something. So I partially stamped one of the petals from Calico as  “ribbon folds” in a darker pink.

Finished the card with a small heart button that I found in my stash and some blending around the edges using Jenni Bowlin’s Bubble Gum ink.

Welcome Baby - Close Up

You have 2 weeks to play along with us and the winner will win a $25 gift certificate to Ellen Hutson!

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9 Responses to “CFC 111 – Welcome Baby”

  1. laurafadora Says:

    So adorable!!! Love the ribbon folds, heart button, inked edges and glitter shaker!! Soooo sweet!

  2. Virginia Lu Says:

    Absolutely DARLING!! I love the sequins and the distressed edges (!!)! You can make anything look cute and gorgeous!

  3. Virginia Lu Says:

    And oh… stamping on that darker shade of ribbon with the petal stamp is a GENIUS idea!

  4. Cristina Says:

    Ribbon folds? Brilliant. The rest of it? Stinkin’ adorable.


  5. WOW! Love this card! Your ‘aha’ moment is genious!


  6. How adorable! Love the coarse glitter and your perfectly inked edges. Such a smart idea to add the ribbon folds, too!

  7. Joni Says:

    Love!!! so…so cute 🙂

  8. Mélanie Says:

    J’adore ton blog !! Je suis une grande fan de toutes tes magnifiques cartes ! J’aimerai avoir autant de talent que toi !
    Cette carte est vraiment superbe !!

  9. Sybrina K Says:

    This card is just so pretty! There are so many things to love. But, as someone who is always combining materials and tools from various companies, I especially loved the combining of such different stamps.

    Thanks so much for the kind words you left on Scrapping with Purpose. I really appreciated them!


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