This is a card I sent to a friend when she had her baby boy. Giving birth is truly a miracle, from the moment of conception, to all else that follows. We should Delight in Life!
Here is the list of products I used, however, you can always improvise with other embellishments, papers and stamp sets that you have, inorder to create your own unique cards. Inspiration from www.splitcoaststampers.com, however I cannot find the link. I will edit should I find it. SCS rocks!
Stampin’ Up! Products used:
Delight in Life (sentiment) and Looks Like Spring (flower) stamp sets.
Certainly celery green gross grain ribbon
Certainly celery green button
Apricot Appeal cardstock (CS)
¼” circle punch to get the ticket corner look.
Chocolate Chip Ink pad for sentiment
Apricot Appeal Ink Pad for the flower
Cuttlebug (CB) Folders: D’vine Swirls and Bloom Dots
Offray: Green ribbon on button
Bazill Basics Green Cardstock
v A2 Card which measure 4 4/16”W x 5 8/16”H; same as 4 ¼” x 5 ½ “ or 4.25” x 5.5”, so if using and 8 ½” x 11” CS score down the middle at 4 1/4” and cut at 5 ½ “ You will now have two A2 cards. Hope this makes sense.
v Bloom Dots layer is 4”W x 5 4/16”H
v Green CS layer for sentiment 3 4/16 ”W x 1 8/16”H
v D’vine Swirl layer is 3”W x 1 4/16”H
v Stamp Flower on Apricot appeal CS with Apricot Appeal ink. Cut out with scissors.
v Stamp sentiment with chocolate chip ink. Color in small flower with red marker, and leaves with green marker. You can also use colored pencils. Emboss sentiment layer with D’vine Swirl CB folder. Layer on green CS.
v Emboss Apricot Appeal CS with Bloom Dots CB folder. Attach ribbon, and flower with button. Attach sentiment on the lower portion.
v Use enough adhesive and secure to the green CS base.
v Smile and give yourself a pat on the shoulder. Job well done!