Monday, December 15, 2014

Precious Baby

I woke up really again this morning (hope I stop that soon!), so I had some stamping time. I didn't have any cards that I HAD to make, so I pulled out the next stamp set in my project to use all of my Stampin' Up! sets. Can't wait to get back to that project full force!

This set is called "Bold & Bright." I chose the baby image for my card for today. I stamped it using an old rainbow ink pad. (This pad is a Splendor pigment with ten different colors. It's from Tsukineko. Not sure if it's still available or not.) I trimmed down the image panel and mounted it on pop dots. I really want to start using some of my patterned paper, but nothing ever seems like the right print! So, I went with vellum. The sentiment is from a baby set from Inkadinkado and is stamped with Versamark and embossed with white embossing powder. I had some thin strips of vellum left and one of them landed on the larger piece of vellum. I liked the looks of it, so I added it above the sentiment before I attached the image panel.

Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope you'll come back and visit again soon!


Mary said...

What a sweet baby girl card. I love the white embossing that you added. Very pretty Lynette.


bonnie32002 said...

Even though you got up early I'm glad you had some craft time. I too am looking forward to seeing your new samples using the sets you have collected.

JUDI said...

This is a really cute card. The extra strip of vellum looks like a velvet ribbon. I feel the same way about all my printed papers..I look through the stacks and sometimes ..nothing seems to fit. Oh well we can blame it on "OUR
With Love Judi

Leslie Miller said...

This is darling, Lynette! I know I've never seen this set at all. Love how you stamped it in the rainbow ink. I still have some of the rainbow organdy ribbon SU! used to sell. Remember that? It would match perfectly. I love the vellum on this. It almost looks like tissue paper, so the card appears to be all wrapped up like a gift. That extra strip of vellum looks like velvet ribbon. Very pretty!