I really LOVE this card. I've ordered the stamp set myself and can't wait to play with it! Thanks for the inspiration - great video!
Loved both cards but if I had to pick a fav, I would probably pick the boy version. The buttons really added an extra oomph to the card and tied in so well with the button die cut card. I think you did a great job stamping too!
Very cute cards....
Since you are so nervous about stamping....a stamping suggestion for you....have you tried a stamp-a-ma-jig??? The great thing about them is once you learn to use them (they are easy) you can restamp over images exactly if you don't get a perfect image the first time....you can also see where exactly the stamp will go and kinda "preview" it....I LOVE mine...and I have stamped for years and only added to my tools recently...it helps alot....just an idea....
By the way your stamping was fantastic in the video...
I loved both of your cards. Thanks for the video
I like the "gender neutral/boy card". I was more inspired by the use of the buttons and die cuts. They are both adorable, but this one appeals to me more because of the colors and how you pulled together elements I tend to love but don't know how to use. Thanks!
Just so you know, loved them both. Sew Cute!
Video - Finally Friday: So happy for you
Galleries: Stamping, Cardmaking
It's finally friday, and I'm back again this week as Lynne who is normally scheduled for today had to send her camera in to get fixed.
The whole idea for this card centred around the adorable sonogram stamp by Unity and Bella Boulevard. I wanted it to be the focal point of my card, and to keep embellishments at a minimum.
In the end I made two cards, one for each gender since I had the design all complete in my head making a second one took only a few minutes more.
I used papers from My Minds Eye Nostalgia line which is definitely one of my fav. new collections!
The only embellishments I used were some October Afternoon buttons, and a WRMK glitter brad.
Thanks for looking, and I challenge you to create a card with a stamped focal point.