Sunday, September 29, 2013


Hi again. I have another card to share. I didn't create this for any challenge, just free styled it. But of course, I realized I could enter this in the Simon Says Stamp - Anything Goes challenge, and so I will. ☺

Here is the inside:

I just purchased this die and stamp set and the perfect opportunity just happened for me to use it. Growing up we had a neighbor who was more like family to us. We even call her Aunt Marge, and Ginger, her daughter was like a cousin. I even babysat Ginger when I was a kid. Now Ginger is married and she just had her first child, a boy! So this card I made for her. After die cutting the word, I cut the blue card stock on an angle and adhered to the card base. I stamped the sentiment and embossed in white. Stamped and fussy cut the onsie and adhered with a foam square. Stamped the inside and was done! Gotta love a CAS design!

Thanks for stopping by! Stay crafty my friends!

Stamps: Simon Says Stamp - Absolutely; Paper Smooches - Pip Squeaks; Lawn Fawn - Home Sweet Home
Ink: Versa Mark; Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: DCWV - All Occasion Scrapbook Kit
CS: Recollections (white); Bazzill Basics (blue)
Accessories: Grand Calibur; SSS - Absolutely die; Stampendous - Detail white EP; heat gun; SA by 3L adhesives


  1. What a great clean and simple card. Wonderful design!

  2. Too freaking adorable! That itty bitty's so cute I'm gonna dieeeeee :D

  3. How cute are these... :)

    Thanks for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge ~ Laurel

  4. Awww, what a sweet baby boy card, Chris! Love that little onesie at the bottom and LOVE how you angled the die cut lettering for the sentiment. That is SO eye catching!

  5. How do I always miss the Simons Says Stamp Anything Goes challenges?!?! LOL! LOOOOOOOVE that you just created this for fun! AWESOME! LOVE the diag design and the super cute sentiment! PERFECT for a baby card for Ginger <3 I love that you babysat her.... and now she's having a baby! <3

  6. Adorable! Love the bold colours and graphic design.

  7. so perfectly cas and this design


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