Thursday, June 13, 2013

It’s A Boy!


Hi everyone,

It’s challenge time with my friends over on the CCEE Stampers challenge blog. This week our challenge hostess for the month Brenda O’Rear brings us another fun challenge.

Brenda has challenged us to Make a baby card/girl or boy (bonus points if you add in some soft green or soft yellow colors)

Well  as you can see I went for the bonus points this week using the colors soft green and soft yellow haha!

For my card I decided to created an Accordion Album using Sizzix Accordion Flip 3D Album die designed by Karen Burniston … love her dies! The Baby is one from Lili of the Valley.


Here is my card when it is opened, you can see the image which was shown on the front when it is open. On the other side I added a sentiment and some baby related images.

Don’t forget to check out the CCEE Stampers blog (goes live 12 AM EST) to see the rest of the creations the CCEE Stampers created this week. You can also see more details of their creations on their individual blogs:

Stamps: Baby with Teddy – Lili of the Valley; Sentiment (inside) – Printworks; It’s A Boy – Imaginisce; Pins & Buttons – Papercraft
Paper: White; Yellow; Bundle of Joy Boy DP – Echo Park
Other: Black Ink; Sizzix Accordion Flip 3D Album Die; Sizzix Frame & Label Bracket Die; Foam Tape; Copics



Lois said...

What a clever card! And you chose very cute papers to go on it.

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

I just love this card with its fab shape! Cute image and bonus points!

wannabcre8tive said...

This is as cute as can be. I like the shaped card.

Vicky Gould said...

Cute as can be, Frances!

Kathy Bradley said...

So very cute and that image and sentiment are wonderful!

Sabrina said...

You always use the most interesting and intriguing folds! This one offers great space for the fun image and sentiment panels! That is one adorable image with the baby hugging his teddy.

Joanne (jojot) said...

too stinkin cute.....and a fancy fold too

scrappingnana said...

This is so adorable. Love the cute image, and especially the intriguing folds. Thanks for sharing.