Feb 5, 2017

Hello Baby

Hello ~  Birgit here with you today and I've got a cute baby card using some cute dies from Die-Versions.

I started by coloring a piece of water color card stock using Ken Oliver's Color Burst Powders in Lemon Yellow and Ultramarine Blue.  Once it was dry I cut the Die-Versions Whispers Moon & Cloud along with a couple of extra stars from the set.
Next I cut some Frantic Stamper Stitched Cloud Edgers out of white card stock and layered them over a standard A2 sized card with a piece of fun blue gingham beneath the clouds.
I cut this adorable Die-Versions Whispers Teddy Bear out of kraft card stock and added a tiny little punched heart.  The die has openings so you can trace in his eyes and nose using a black marker before removing the die cut.  So easy!!  I also cut the word "Baby" using Die-Versions Sweet Wordlets Baby out of the left over blue colored water color card stock.   
I stamped the "hello" to finish off the sentiment.  The individual stars are popped up using foam squares.

Here's a list of dies I used that you can find right now at Dies R Us
Die-Versions - Whispers - Moon & Cloud   Die-Versions - Whispers - Teddy Bear   Die-Versions - Sweet Wordlets - Baby  Frantic Stamper - Dies - Stitched Cloud Edgers

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Thanks so much for stopping by!  Blessings~ Birgit


  1. This is just precious Birgit! Great job using the color burst too ... never thought of using them in this manner ... thanks for inspiration! SWEET!!!

  2. Super cute and sweet! Great dies, a perfect design! The Die-Versions dies are awesome!!!

  3. that is so adorable, love the fluffy clouds and cute bear, perfect little one card!!

  4. I like how you layered the clouds and did the doodling on the one big cloud. Those little touches make a card personal. Beautiful colors and design.

  5. So precious and delicate. Loving those clouds and great use of dies.


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