Friday, March 19, 2010


Happily, I had to make a 'girl baby' card for some special people this past week.  Our warehouse manager and his wife became parents for the first time, to baby Charlotte. Yippee! How sweet!!  Since we have around 30 employees, and I wanted everyone to be able to write in the card, I made a big card from one A4 sheet of cardstock, folded in half.  I'd told my sister about it, and she wanted to see the card, so I thought I'd be my usual show-offy self, and share it with everyone! Here it is, in all its pinkness:


Stamps: Fun & Fast Notes, Punches Three

Card: Whisper White, Pretty in Pink, Watercolour paper

DSP: Candy Lane

Ink: Pink Pirouette stampin' pad, Pretty in Pink marker, Jet Black Staz-On inkpad

Other: White brads (from 5/8" Neutrals assortment), 1 1/4" Pink Pirouette grosgrain ribbon, Wide Oval Punch, dimensionals, Scallop Edge Punch, paper piercing tool, sponge dauber, Nestabilities

That yummy wide ribbon, in Stampin' Up!'s Summer Mini catalogue, is available only until the end of this month, so if you don't have it yet, but would like some, be sure to get your order in to me!  (Unless of course you have, or are, your own demonstrator!) 

The Jumbo Brads I've used at the top of the card are still available for purchase, even though they are not listed in a current catalogue.  They cost $13.50, for 32 brads (8 each of Whisper White, Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla and Silver).  I think they're a pretty cool embellishment, so thought I'd just let you know they're still available!

I am hoping to get some time in my craft room, to make a few more cards to show you, in the coming days, so please keep checking back.  I will again be taking part in my team's blog hop on the last day of the month.  This month we'll have some beautiful creations to show you, using new and exciting Stampin' Up! products, so make sure you mark the 31st March in your diary, to visit all the participating Art With Heart team blogs!


  1. This is so sweet! And I love the name Charlotte :) I had to make a blue baby card this week ... seems there are babies everywhere at the moment!

  2. Aw, very cute and girly :) I like how the little prams mirror each other, and of course love the ribbon. The little scallopy border at the bottom is a nice touch, too. Thanks for posting it in all its pinkness :)