New Arrival

Challenge # 123
#242 | Sketch Challenge

It is always nice when one can combine two challenges with one card and I managed it with this one. Don’t really need a baby card at the moment so I made this generic and it can be used for either sex if and when the time comes. The sketch worked nicely for this card too.

The pp is from one of those 6 x 6 pads but it is so old I don’t know who made it and it was the last piece. The paper ribbon is by KCompany and is another thing I’ve had forever. The dies are by Sissix and paper scraps were used for cutting. I added some clouds to the white layer using my ‘Bonnie’ cloud stencil and tumbled glass ink. The heart/turtle stamp is from SSS with sentiment from the same set. I coloured the image using Inktense pencils added a touch of shimmer to the heart. Using scrap cs I cut out several of them to glue together for dimension. Once it was added to card front I cut the sentiments out, added a tiny strip of orange paper to the edge and glued it as shown.

20 thoughts on “New Arrival

    1. Glad you like it Lisa. I had actually made a different one – similar in design but different colours and I hated it. This one is much better.

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  1. Thanks Gerry. A generic card can be stored until needed so is easier than doing one specifically for gender.

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  2. Thanks, I forgot I had this paper and when I found it, decided it was crying out to be used.

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  3. So cute! That designer paper is wonderful for your sweet baby card. Thank you for playing with us at the MMM Challenge and hope you can join us again soon.

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