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Welcome Baby Card

Hi Everyone,
Happy Wednesday :)
I have a card to share today that I made for my niece. I mentioned a few posts ago that my beautiful niece is having a baby. She's due very soon:)  I'm working on a banner for her room too, I'll be sharing that soon :)

Here is the card I made for her.
[supplies are linked to multiple sources below at the bottom of this blog post]

The card is a standard A2 size card (4-14" x 5-1/2") I used a stamp set that I picked up from Simon Says Stamps a while back when they had a 50% off stamp sale. (CC Designs Spring has Sprung) I don't see they have this one anymore :(  It was an Easter themed set but worked perfectly with a baby themed card. Of course I pulled out some stitched dies. I'm very much addicted to stitch dies right now. My SSS Stitched Rectangle Die Set had been getting a workout lately. It's just one of those die sets you have to have in your collection. I ordered MFT's Circle and Square stitched dies sets too. They'll be coming up in my January Haul Video. I used the largest rectangle for the card base and then a smaller one for the white card stock and the 2nd layer of pattern paper. Simple card but cute for that soon to be girl coming into our family.
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Below are the products featured in today's blog post. Click on the letters below each product to shop your favorite store. (Simon Says Stamp (SSS), Amazon (AZ), and Scrapbook.com (SB), Provocraft (PC)


and before I head out. I'm going to try out the Simon Says Card Kits and see how I like them. Stay tuned for videos :) the February Kit was just released if  you want to check it out it's available here.


Have a great day and see you back here soon.
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5 comments

  1. So very cute! Your niece will love it.

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  2. Very pretty! Don't you love how stamps can be versatile!

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  3. Such a sweet card! Love the coloring!

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  4. This is adorable, and so nice to see another use for a "seasonal" stamp! It's always nice to be able to find other ways to use them. BethAnn M.

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