Saturday, October 25, 2008

Another Baby Card

Here is another baby card that I made for a friend. The bottle stamp is from Rubbernecker Stamps I have had so many orders using this stamp either in pink or in blue, and I just love the cute image. I used SU's Pretty in Pink Cardstock for the base. The pink stripe paper is from a miscellaneous pile of paper I had. I used my Coulzzle to make the oval shapes. You cannot really see it unless you click on the pic, but I used Cuttlebugs "Frills" embossing folder on the top and bottom of the striped paper. Colored the image with my Copic Ciao markers and added the sticker butterfly where I made a mistake. Isn't it grand to have something to cover up mistakes? I then used my SU's Pretties Kit flowers and Swarovski Crystals to add a little bling.

I hope you guys don't get tired of seeing this image as I have more to come, specifically blue and pink.

I am off to Holiday Market today with my sister and her daughter and my daughter...Holiday Market is what we have every year and it is booths of local stores in and out of our area...great for Christmas shopping. They have all kinds of booths from foods, jewelry, sterling silver, children's clothes, women's accessories, etc. We are going to have a fabulous time...I look forward to this event every year. Thousands of people attend and that is the only downfall (I hate being in crowds), but it is so much fun that it is worth it.

Wishing you all a very happy and safe weekend. Don't forget to click on the pic to get a better "see" :)


Debbie Y. said...

I am not tired of this stamp because you use it so differently each time. I love this one with the Pretty in Pink cardstock and the little flowers on each side.

Rose Ann said...

That image is too cute to get tired of, and your card is so pretty and girly! Love it, Velta!!

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh so pretty in pink, TFS.

Leslie Miller said...

These Rubbernecker baby images are so sweet! I have a couple of them but not this one. I've been eyeing it, though. Your card is darling, Velta! I can see why you have orders for them!