Something For Baby Made With Love

New Babies are So Much Fun!

 

I love to create cards, buy gifts and attend baby showers to celebrate a new baby! The gifts and cards don’t have to be complicated either. The Big Shot and dies do most of the work on this one.This little card uses the Stampin’ Up! Baby’s First Framelits to cut out cute images from the Something For Baby Stamp set.

The card base is Crumb Cake. Next is a layer of Very Vanilla with a onesie die cut from the middle of it. Put your favorite paper behind this die cut.
Stamp the stacking toy from Something For Baby on Whisper White and color it with markers. Stamp the duck on So Saffron, or just cut it out and add an eye with a black marker. Use the matching framelits from Baby’s First Framelits to cut them out.
The little turtle on the onesie is snipped from a piece of Sweet Li’l Things Designer Series Paper (retired). You could easily substitute any other stamped or snipped small image here.

Stamp the sentiment from the Made With Love stamp set in a coordinating color. Pop up the duckie and stacking toy on dimensionals.

Stamp the Baby banner from Celebrate Today and cut it out with the Balloon Framelits and you’re done. Not a lot of stamping, since the framelits did most of the work!

This card is for the SUO Challenge #155 – Cute and Cuddly!

12 Comments:

  1. This is adorable and perfect for a baby shower! Love the use of the Made with Love set and the matching framelits- thanks for playing along with us at SUO Challenges 🙂

  2. Carol, absolutely adorable baby card! I love the elements and the cutout with the onesie! Thanks for playing along with SUO Challenges. ~ Pam, DT

  3. Oh…love the little turtle on your onesie…just so cute! GREAT baby card! Thanks for joining the SUO challenge!

  4. Very gorgeous! And so cute and cuddly!! So glad you joined the fun at SUO!

  5. Too cute…I also love the turtle on the onesie! Thanks for playing along with the Cute & Cuddly SUO Challenge this time!

  6. I love how you die cut the onesie from your top layer, and that banner. Thanks for joining in the fun with the SUO Challenge.

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