Happy Valentine's Day! I have a delicious treat for you today! Meet Regina Mangum, one of my Stampin' Pretty Pals. It's her turn to strut her artistic stuff today on my Stampin' Pretty blog. She was also this week's Pals Paper Arts Featured Stamper. See it now!
Please be sure to visit Regina's blog, The Stampin' Bean, for a stunning display of paper crafting talent.
In Regina's own words:
I know it's Valentine's Day,
but I just had to make a card for my cousin, who just received the
wonderful news that she is expecting a baby girl and so I really wanted
to make her a card to help celebrate her soon-to-arrive bundle of joy.
Also, I just got a new sewing machine (I have NO idea how to sew, so I
was a bit frightened of using it!) and wanted to try it out on
something simple. For this card, I used the sweet images from Picnic Parade and
colored with Stampin' Write markers. I popped out the adorable bunny
over some "grass" created with the Scallop Border Punch. For the "baby"
sentiment on the flag, I stamped with the new Tiny Tags clear-mount stamp and acrylic blocks, which made the fit an absolute breeze.
Recipe: (Unless otherwise
noted, all materials are Stampin' Up!) Picnic Parade and Tiny Tags
Clear-Mount Stamps; Chocolate Chip and Melon Mambo Classic Dye Ink;
Stampin' Write Markers; Welcome Neighbor Designer Series Paper Pad;
Melon Mambo, So Saffron, Certainly Celery, Pretty in Pink, and Whisper
White Cardstock; Scallop Border Punch; Foam Dimensional Squares
(generic); Pink Grosgrain Ribbon (generic); Yellow Button (generic);
White thread and Sewing Machine