Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Hey Baby


This week's challenge at Cas-ual Fridays is to create a baby card and since I need to make one, it was the perfect opportunity.  I saw these adorable images at MelonHeadz Illustrating and wanted to do something with it.  She just makes the cutest and fun images!!  I printed the babies on heavy white cs and then cut them apart.  I coloured the first one using Copic markers and then I cut it out then coloured just the head of the second one so I could pop-dot it onto the image.  The word 'baby' is a stamp from Studio G., which I randomly stamped in the corner.  The whole baby is then also pop dotted for interest. 
Thanks for coming by to take a look.
supplies:  Stamp: Studio G, digi Melonheadz, Copics, corner chomper

10 comments:

  1. So cute! I love the fun baby background you created :) Thanks for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

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  2. Gorgeous card Karen - very cute image & love your stamping :)

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  3. What a wonderful baby card! I love the repeated "baby" stamp.

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  4. What a fun card! Love, love, the background.

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  5. LOVE your design, Karen! The stamping of baby sentiment in the background adds a lovely touch! So glad that you join the fun with us at CAS-ual Fridays!!

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  6. What a darling card, Karen! And I'm so glad that you have a blog now! Hurray! I'm so glad you added your name to the Moxie Fab World Blog Roll! I look forward to visiting from time to time! :)

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  7. Karen this card is a "bundle of joy"!

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  8. Mamilou (Louise)9 March 2012 at 10:57

    Love it Karen. Better understanding on how to "scraplift" it now.... I did a card using this "paper-piecing" technique... it really looks good. I'll post it this weekend on the 2SF gallery.... now that I finally know how (don't laugh now)
    Louise

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  9. Brilliant Karen what fun cards you make love your style
    Hugs Elaine

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  10. Fabulous idea for all those baby stamps I've been hoarding. I smell a CASE! :)

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