Baby’s First Framelits Baby Card

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That sweet little onesie and bib were created with Stampin’ Up! Baby’s First Framelits Dies and the Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine–perfect for this baby card.

Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge MOJO417

I used the Mojo Monday Tall & Skinny Sketch Challenge (MOJO417) as my foundation.  My card base measures 3 1/2″ x 6.

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  • The darling pattern is from Stampin’ Up! Sweet Li’l Things Designer Series Paper.  See all Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Paper from the annual catalog in an easy to view layout here.

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  • I used another “foxy” pattern from Sweet Li’l Things Designer Series Paper to design a custom sized envelope using the Envelope Punch Board.

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  • I used the Happy Heart Embossing Folder for a pretty layer to protect my card when inserted in the envelope (front layer above).

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  • “Congrats” is from Stampin’ Up! Happy Happenings stamp set.  Cool thing!   It has a coordinating stamp for the interior of the card.

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  • Have a heart!  I used the Confetti Hearts Border Punch for the bib and the heart punch from Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack for accenting the sentiment.

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15 Comments:

  1. Aww!! how sweet is this card!!! Love this little onesie Mary and the bib is just so cute with the little heart and pearl. Beautiful color combination, very neutral just in case the mom to be doesn’t know if her bundle of joy is a baby girl or a baby boy.

  2. Deborah Atkinson

    Wow! Is this the whole package or what? I love all of it. The card, color scheme, layout and all the extras with the envelope and insert. Just precious.

    • Thanks, Debbie and Maria. This was a fun one to create! I tried a few ways to emboss the onsie to give it new texture but ended up liking it smooth (just the bib) more!

  3. Deborah Atkinson

    The smooth bib makes the heart stand out more. Lovely.

  4. Awwwwwww, MsMary, that’s so cute , love the baby heart on the bib,
    Tfs
    Hugs Frenchie

  5. I love everything about this card – great use of the paper – and the onesie is perfect!

  6. Adorable Mary! Love the hearts on the bib and sentiment. Very sweet.

  7. Nancy Farrell

    I think your choice of colors are very “in”. . . they look great together.
    🙂

  8. Thanks for your great comments. Makes me smile! Question . . . do you think Watermelon Wonder is too pink for a generic baby card? I think of it as a warm coral red but would love your thoughts!

  9. I love, love, love your card!! It’s certainly a WOW, I LOVE IT card! I love the Watermelon Wonder color for your baby card as the typical pink for girls and blue for boys is just that, typical. Your card is anything but typical! <3

  10. Wow – love everything about your card and envelope and inside card protector/liner !

  11. I love Tip Top Taupe and Watermelon Wonder together, too. So fresh and modern. Thanks for your kind comments!

  12. Could you have made a CUTIER card my friend. I’m in love with tall and skinny cards. Nice Job!

  13. What a darling baby card!

  14. Thank you, Wanda! I really appreciate all my comments so much!

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