March 28, 2016

A Quick and Easy Baby Shower Card

Hi there! We are heading into that season of needing baby shower and bridal shower card ideas, so today I decided to share an adorable baby shower card that can be whipped up in no time at all. I did mine in blue for a boy, but of course you can easily change out colors to suit your needs.

I began with a 1/2 sheet of Pool Party cardstock cut at 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" scored and folded at 4 1/2". I then took a piece of DSP from the Sweet Li'l Things collection cut 5 1/4" x4" and wrapped a 6" piece of 1/4" Cotton Pool Party ribbon around the center running length wise and adhered each end of rhe ribbon to the back of the DSP. I adhered that to the card base using SnailTM  adhesive. Then, using the 5th Circle Framelits counting from the center out, I cut a circle from Very Vanilla cardstock and adhered that to the center of the card using Dimensionals. I took a 2" piece of the ribbon and tied a knot around the 6" piece, creating a faux bow and trimmed the ends to make it nice and neat. I then stamped the onesie from the Made with Love stamp set using Memento Tuxedo black ink and the "made with love" sentiment from the same stamp set and colored the words with the Pool Party Stampin Write marker and the heart with the Real Red Stampin Write marker. I then ran that through the Big Shot with the coordinating Baby's First Framelits and added the onesie to the circle with Dimensionals.. To finish the look, I cut another piece of the DSP with the envelope liner Framelits and added it to a medium size Very Vanilla envelope.


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