Sunday, January 8, 2012

Baby Cards Boxed Set

I'm still waiting on my shipment of new goodies from the new Idea Book (and my new Spring/Summer Idea Books, too).

So that means it's the perfect time to play with my stash!

My son took over the TV room to play on his Xbox this morning to play Halo.  I really don't enjoy watching or listening to that, so I went into my scraproom and dug out some of my favourite old retired papers, Twitterpated, a new stamp set from the current Idea Book that I hadn't yet inked up, Zoology, and a set that is going to retire at the end of January, called Sweet Baby.  A much more enjoyable way to spend my time!!!

This is what I created:  a super cute boxed set of baby cards, 2 suitable for a girl and 2 for a boy. 

I'm thinking I should offer this as a class, but more customizable where my customers can pick any of my paper packs and stamps of their choice.  That way if they don't want to make baby cards, they can choose their own theme.  Sounds fun, right?  Of course they'd be stuck with all the cutting, but it seriously took me only about 2 hours (if that) to come up with this.  

It would also be a great way for me to use up some of my ever-growing stash.  Anyways, I'm rambling....  ;)

The A2 Slant Top Card Box may look familiar.  It's one of my templates you can get as a bonus with the purchase of one of my cards.  You can see the cards and all the templates I currently have available HERE.

I better get going... got to put away the Christmas tree today.

Happy creating!  :)

Supplies used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Paper:  Twitterpated B&Ts - retired; Colonial White, Chocolate CS
Stamps:  Zoology, Sweet Baby - retiring at the end of January
Inks:  Chocolate, Sorbet, Heavenly Blue
Embellishments:  Sorbet ribbon, Chocolate polka dot organdy, Sweet Leaf button, Chocolate bigger brads
Punches:  Corner rounder, 2 1/2" scallop circle (Marvy Uchida), 2" circle (Fiskars), Scallop border (SU)
Other:  3D foam tape, ScorTape (ScorPal), Velcro Dot (Velcro)


Karen Day said...

What a fabulous workshop this would be! If only I lived closer...

Nancy Ball said...

GORGEOUS as always!

Threekids said...

Vicki - I love your blog. I am a fellow CTMH consultant in OK. I wish I had time to lift all of your work! Beautiful!!!


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