Sunday, January 26, 2014

Welcome Little one - Baby J and Baby boy

I made this card for my friend Jennifer who is expecting a baby girl April 1st. No, not really an April Fool's present as she will probably have her a little early. I am so excited to meet this little bundle of joy after all this time. Jennifer loves bling and animal print (you can see her birthday cards - Happy Birthday Jen, and Happy Birthday Jen). What better way to welcome a new little bundle of joy for Jen with animal print and bling? I didn't have a die cut for a babies onsie so I looked on Pinterest and saw that people had created one so that's what I did. Jennifer has decided on the name Trinity Lynn (or at least that is the name as of now) but we have called her baby J since Jen found out she was having a girl. Once Baby J learns her letters, she will surely wonder why she is called baby J and her name starts with a T. lol. Lynn wants to make a card for her brand new niece that looks like this. I'll take the supplies to her house on craft day so she can make it.

The baby boy card is for my friend and neighbor Laurel. She liked the little girl card so much she wanted one for a coworker who is having a boy. I had to mix it up a little as I didn't want them to be exactly the same other than colors and stamps. The I originally intended to use the stripe side of the blue for the boy onsie but decided the dots looked better. And how cute it that with the little mustache? I cut the little mustache out of a piece of paper from The Paper Studio.

Supplies for girl card: papers - SU vanilla, SU espresso, SU piroque pink, The Paper Studio (glitter and leopard). stamps - SU Riveting, Studio G, accessories - bling, paper piecing, Cuttlebug, SU lattice ef, circle punches, Bazzill floss, mini clothes pins.

Supplies for boy card: papers - Neenah, SU espresso, SU bashful blue, KI Memories, stamps - SU Riveting, Studio G, SU bold alphabet accessories - paper piecing, Cuttlebug, SU lattice ef, Quick Kutz mustache ef, circle punches, bakers twine, mini clothes pins.

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