Sunday, August 23, 2020

Baby Girl Onesie Card

I absolutely love a baby in a onesie! The Jaded Blossom baby dies are my favorite dies to use on a baby card because I also love to mix different pattern papers to create my cards. Look at how adorable those onesies look in the Darling Girl papers from Authentique! This was a very quick and easy card to make once I decided which papers I wanted to use on the card. I always try to use papers from a 6x6 paper pad on my A2 cards because the prints are smaller in scale and look better on a small card. You can see in the photo that the smaller size prints are the perfect size to go with the onesie dies. The background paper was also from the Darling Girl collection. It's the perfect background paper for this card because it's subtle and not too overwhelming of a print, but it still adds some interest to the card. If you look closely you will see that the paper looks like vintage baby ads from a newspaper. So cute! I used adhesive foam dots to attach the middle onesie to the card because I wanted some dimension on the card. The "oh baby" title is four layers cut out of gray cardstock using a Jaded Blossom die. The layers were glued on top of each other to add one more dimensional element to the card. That's it! A quick and easy baby girl card. 

 

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...Beth




Ingredients:

  • Authentique Darling Girl 6x6 Paper Pad

  • Jaded Blossom Baby Dies

  • Cardstock: Gray

  • Adhesive Foam Dots

  • Glue

  • Tape Runner

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