14 August 2009

Oh Baby

This sweet card is a bit more loud than my usual style. And there’s a debate in my house if sailboats are appropriate for baby girls, but I think so! This card goes together quickly thanks to several punches.

I started with the Cottage Wall DSP. The coordinating colors for the DSP are located in the catalog. When I get a new pack of DSP, I place a sticky note on the inside of the DSP with the colors of the pack, so I don’t have to continuously look them up.

I quickly cut out the elephant and the sailboat and punched the star. All three are raised on dimensionals and rest on a 1-1/4” white square that has been sponged with Rich Razzleberry and then layered on a 1-3/8” Old Olive square. I used Teeny Tiny Wishes (I feel I have already gotten my money’s worth out of this versatile greeting set!), cut out with the large oval punch, layer on an Orchid Opulence curly label. Two more stars and an Old Olive playground designer button, threaded with a scrap of Rich Razzleberry paper finishes off this easy card.

Sweet Deets (all supplies Stampin' Up!):
Stamps: Nursery Necessities, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink: Old Olive, Orchid Opulence, Rich Razzleberry
CS: Old Olive, Orchid Opulence, Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White
DSP: Cottage Wall
Accessories: Playground Designer Buttons, Large star punch, 1-1/4” square punch, 1-3/8” square punch, large oval punch, curly label punch.

2 comments:

Brianne said...

This makes me want to get the star punch so I can use my set appropriately! :) I love the colors and definitely think that sailboats are great for girls!

Frankie said...

I love to set, it's my next purchase! - Frankie

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