Quick and Easy Baby Card

Quick and Easy Baby Card

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A sweet, simple card from Spellbinders, perfect for a baby shower that is quick and easy to make!
 

Quick and Easy baby Card

Materials:

  • Spellbinders Die Templates S3-013 Baby 1, S4-127 Nestabilities Classic Scalloped Squares, Large
  • Webster’s Pages Primrose Garden patterned paper
  • Copic Sketch Marker #G40
  • 3L Scrapbooking Adhesive EZ Runner
  • Green cardstock
  • Paper distresser
  • Dimensional adhesive tape
  • Iridescent cardstock
  • Pale green chalk ink

Instructions:

  1. Cut/emboss baby buggy (S3-013) from iridescent cardstock. Stencil gently with a marker by turning die over and inking through the template holes.
     
  2. Cut/emboss Classic Scalloped Squares (S4-127). Add the baby buggy to it.
     
  3. Create a green card base by trimming paper to 5 1/2" x 11". Fold in half to create a card 5 1/2" x 5 1/2".
     
  4. Trim patterned paper to 5" x 5". Distress Edges.
     
  5. Assemble card as shown.

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I have found the wonders of giving gift cards. But what is even more wonderful is the container in which you give them. I have a wonderful step card that I use for baby showers. It holds a gift card on the inside. Then the mom to be can put the card in the babys scrapbook or as part of an arrangement in a shadowbox as dcor in the babys room.

This is a pretty elegant design. I love cards, invitations and scrapbook pages that are really layered physically and visually. Here, the layering on the baby shower invitation forces the carriage to stand out and draws your eye to it.

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