Wednesday, July 22, 2009

A new baby!

Just a quick little note card to share with y'all today. The blue streak has been broken!! My brother and SIL had a little girl last Friday. I'm so happy for them! I followed Mojo Monday 96 for the layout. The little bunny was stamped on white cardstock. I colored the fur in with Copics and then paper pieced her outfit together. The little bow was cut out and raised with a dimensional. I really loved how Julee added the scallops to the top and bottom of her card, so I borrowed the idea from her. You can never have too many scallops on a baby card :) Hope everyone has a great day!!

I am a TAC demo. If you have any question or would like to look at my website where you can view or order our products, just let me know!

Stamps: Some Bunny (TAC), Fairy Tales (TAC)
Paper: Kraft, TAC white, Imaginisce - Fairest of them All
Ink: Memento Black, Palette Burnt Umber
Other: circle Nesties, Copics, dimensional, Kraft Taffeta, scallop scissors
Copics: E51, E53, E31, E33


Barb said...

What a precious card! And congrats to your SIL, Kim!

Tammi said...

An adorable card for that sweet little baby girl! I always love when you paper piece! :)

Rachel Hope said...

Awwwwwww, adorable!

Michelle said...

This card is simply adorable! TOO CUTE and you are right you can never have too many scallops (on ANY card IMO)!

Anna said...

Kim, too cute! Congrats, Auntie!

Pie Guru said...

SOOOOOOO cute !My fav stamp set!! Now I can CASE your card!!! :)

- A fizzle

Jean said...

Hi Kim,

Chanced upon your site when searching for cards on a Gina K stamp Just Be Claws - Funny because I ended up at your site but no card using the lobster stamp. No matter. I LOVE your work. The colors are so bright and happy and fun. For sure I will be back. Fabulous work!

Kerry Piader said...

Absolutely adorable card put a big smile on my face............It's so nice to see something pink....I came from an all girl family and between me and my two sisters, we gave birth to seven boys and only one girl in the whole bunch!!!!! Not complaining though...maybe the next generation will bring the girls....hope so.