Spring is here and that means babies!

I don’t know if statistically there are more babies born in the spring or not but it does seem like I get invited to more baby showers in the spring. Next time I’ll be ready with this cute set using supplies from Papermart:

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Here are the supplies I used: Plastic Baby Clothespins in white ($1.20 a dozen), Baker’s Twine in light orange, Large Ric-Rac trim in white (dyed with spray inks), a Shipping Tag, kraft and white cardstock, a scrap of green paper, watercolor paper, watercolor pencils (I prefer Inktense) a sponge dauber and scalloped punch (or you can cut a circle with scalloped scissors.) Watch this video to see how I made this!

Variations: Look at the stamps you have, you could stamp bibs, diapers, tiny tee’s and socks and other baby stuff! Or you could stamp some swimsuits for a “Bon Voyage” card. Have fun with this design. Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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12 Responses

  1. Very cute card. Love it. No showers though.

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  2. Awww so sweet!

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  3. When I click on the video link it takes me to the glimmer spray video! Help!!

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    • the video is embedded, just click the picture unless you are looking to make the ink daubers, it is at the end of the spray video:)

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  4. Just darling little one-sies card and tag. You have so much energy and spirit…keeping it fun. I miss the red hair.

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  5. Cute card! I have that roller and have a new idea for it! Thanks for commenting on my blog article. It was amazing they still had that card! LOL! I’ve never have seen those grass scissors — now for a new toy! You don’t have to use finishing spray on the watercolor pencils? I also like that cloud background. Will have to practice that one.

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    • No spray is needed with the watercolor pencils, Inktense brand is permanent when dry but I don’t spray other wc pencils either since my finished cards rarely get wet;)

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  6. First of all, I love the precious baby card! It is so cute!
    Next, can you answer a question for me, please? I found an old bottle of clean silver glitter looking nail polish. Is there any reason I shouldn’t use it on a card I am making? It spreads much better than the glitter glue that I have.
    Thanks!

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    • Go For it! I use glitter nail polish on my cards all the time (might as well because it is darn near impossible to remove from my nails!) I use regular nail polish for coloring metal items too, it works great! If you type “nail polish” in the search box in my blog you will see lots of ideas and examples! Best of all it dries quick, unlike stickles!

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  7. I just watched this video today. I love this idea. I was wondering if you can tell me where to get the stamp or a similar one. Thank you.

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  8. I was just watching this video again. And I was wondering what size the hole punch was?

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