Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Celebrate Baby!

Hey Y'all!!!

Hope all is well. Here is a card that I created for today and it goes a lil somethin' like this......CHECK IT!!!!

Yeppers.....this card is a pretty non-traditional baby card. Yeppers......I like non-traditional colors for a baby card......fun stuff I tell ya!! I used the Crafter's Companion Barkley-Let's Party set. I just LURVE this set!!! I played in a few challenges too!! I played along in the Twisted Tuesday Celebrate Naturally Challenge(I created a Celebration Card that used a Wood Veneer and Natural Hemp Twine!) and I played in the 7 Kids College Fund Anything Goes Challenge!!

Thanks for stopping by!!!

-t


Card Recipe for Celebrate Baby Card
Stamps: Crafter's Companion
Paper: Kraft(Hobby Lobby), Patterned Paper(Studio Calico)
Inks: All inks by IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko
Embellishments: Twine(Canvas Corp.), Wood Veneer(Studio Calico), Letter Stickers(American Crafts)
Tools: Square Nestibilities(Spellbinders), Paper Distresser(Tim Holtz), Big Shot(Ellison), Heating Gun(Marvy Uchida)
Other: Black Embossing Powder(IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko)

9 comments:

Joni nina Andaya said...

So CUTE Tenia! Love the whole non-traditional baby card! ADORABLE!!!

Calypso's Crafts said...

OOOH...I love this as well!! Love all the natural elements and simple stamping on kraft. Gorgeous card!!

Vickie Y said...

Love the nontraditional colors you used; fabulous celebration card with the natural embellishments. Thank you for playing along with us at Twisted Tuesday Challenges.

yyam said...

Cool. You sure know how to work the kraft!

Betty J. said...

Craft everywhere I look - LOVE it!

Barb said...

so sweet. i love that lil pup image. the brown tones are perfect!

Kelly Neis said...

So pretty, love the image and the tone of color. Thank you for joining us at http://www.7kidscollegefund.com. Hugs Kelly

Lynne said...

Love, love, love this card!! Simple and perfect!! Thanks for joining us at Twisted Tuesday!

Lizzie R said...

Such a cute card! Great use of the natural elements and monotone colour scheme! Well done! Thanks for joining us over at Twisted Tuesday Challenges!