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My niece and her husband are expecting their first child right around Christmas. I won’t be able to make it for the baby shower (I live too far away) so I decided to send her a gift card – enclosed in a cute card shaped like a onsie!
The card is from the silhouette design store and you can make it any size you want – mine ended up being about 6 inches tall. The truck on the front and the edging on the arms, legs and collar were all cut from the same patterned paper.
When I first cut the onesie shape in blue cardstock it looked a bit flat so I embossed it with a cuttlebug folder called Oxford. It’s my latest favorite embossing folder! In fact I liked it so much that I ended up buying a second one because I forgot I had already purchased it! And now I am trying to sell the extra one on one of those de-stash facebook sites. Take a closer look at the embossing.
Once the card was put together I did not have a regular envelope to fit it, so I just grabbed a sheet of scrapbook paper from a baby themed pad and made my own. I made a tag using a file from the silhouette design store (baby boy) and adhered that onto a scalloped circle cut with a spellbinders die. Here is what the final package looks like. Thanks for stopping by today!
Today’s card uses a sentiment stamp as the focal point.
I made the front cover using patterned paper from the K & Company Tim Coffey Travel line. This pack has some great travel, beachy, map type paper and living in Florida I know I will make great use of it!
Once I made the front I cut a circle off center using nestabilities dies and stamped the sentiment – from Impression Obsession. A few small shells were glued onto the lower right corner.
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It’s springtime and what is more appropriate than daffodils. Today’s card features stamps from the new Daffodil Greetings set.
I stamped the image with memento ink and colored with copic markers. The die cuts are done with Spellbinders dies. The patterned paper is from Basic Grey’s Urban Prairie.
Please hop along with us! You have a chance to win one of the above stamp sets! Just comment on the following blogs (don’t forget this one), each day for more chances to win! (You do NOT have to comment on all the blogs each day! The names are drawn randomly!) All four winners will be announced on April 21, 2012 on the Mark’s Finest Papers blog. You can go back and comment if you missed a day. (HINT: The more you comment, the more chances you have to win and comments on the MFP blog count twice!) The deadline for commenting is 11PM EST on Friday April 20, 2012.
Here is one of the projects I made for the Passionately Artistic blog, just in case you missed it. It’s a small box/bag made with one sheet of 8.5″ x 11″ cardstock:
First, here is how I created the front panel. It is best to to assemble your decorated front completely and then place it on the front of the box. Stamp and cut out the poinsettia image on red cardstock – no coloring needed! I attached small blue self stick pearls to the center of the image. Die cut two leaf images from green cardstock. This die is from the Spellbinders foliage set. Take of piece of red cardstock and place of piece of patterned fabric on top. The fabric I used is from Mota and has blues, greens and red throughout it.
Assemble all the pieces to the front of the fabric covered panel. I also added some bakers twine and a stamped sentiment.
To make the actual box, refer to the SCS resources section for “one sheet box. There is a very good tutorial there that will show you how to make the box.
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