Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Babies are Heaven Sent

I have another sneak peek for you today of another set releasing this Friday from Hanna Stamps. This is one of the stamps in the new B is for Baby set. I love the baby clothes hanging on the laundry line.

For my card, I wanted to create the look of a baby quilt behind my image so I used a square punch to punch out pieces of patterned paper and then stitched the pieces to a piece of baja breeze cardstock.

I stamped my image on white cardstock and cut it out with a long rectangle nestability die. I created a mat from kiwi kiss cardstock and colored my image with colors that coordinate with my patterned papers. I added it to my card with foam adhesive and stitched some buttons onto my "quilt." Then, I added everything to my kiwi kiss card base.

I used a sentiment from Papertrey's Bitty Baby Blessings. It fits perfectly under the laundry line. I have sneak peeks of the other three sets coming soon so be sure to drop back by!

Stamps: B is for Baby (Hanna Stamps), Bitty Baby Blessings (Papertrey Ink)

Cardstock: white (Papertrey Ink), baja breeze, kiwi kiss (SU)

Patterned Paper: Lily Kate (Basic Grey)
Accents: buttons
Tools: copic markers, square punch, sewing machine, long rectangle nestability die


Allison said...

This is too cute. I love that the baby clothes have designs on them!

Anonymous said...

This card is soooo adorable! Great job on it. ~Heidi

Debbie Olson said...

Oh, wow, Niki! This is adorable! I love both the main image and the quilted background--so pretty!

liveloveandcreate said...

This is such a cute card.

Debbie said...

WOW! Love this card! LOVE all the stitching!!!! Love the colors!!! Love those images!!! LOL! I Love it all!

Jenn said...

Darling card - love your color choices!

Kimberly said...

that is SO sweet! Oh, I just love what you created!!

Crissy Armstrong said...

Just beautiful. I love your perfect sewing. Can you come over to play at my house? I wanna copy!! heh-heh!

Justine said...

What a super cute card. I love that there are little images on the clothes..