Today’s project is an invitation for baby! It seems every time I turn around someone is having another baby! Here is a simple minimal stamping invite that will wow all of your family and friends!
For this project, I wanted a near white card with a pop of pastel color. I used some Top Dog Dies to die cut my cardstock from CutCardstock.
1. Make a card base from Neenah Classic Crest Solar White cardstock. Diecut a piece of Neenah Classic Crest Solar White cardstock with a border die, in this case a Hearts Border die, which is 1 3/4″ in width.
Mount the border die on a piece of Curious Metallic Cryogen White cardstock that is just a smidge wider; mine is 1 7/8″. The Cryogen White cardstock gives just a bit of pretty glimmer and shine through the negative space of the die cut.
Glue your die cut corners along the back edge of the Hearts Border die panel, creating a scalloped edge.
3. Make a bottom mat for the card base from the Cotton Candy cardstock from the Pop Tones Sample Pack. Cut a Neenah Classic Crest Solar White panel just a bit smaller than the Cotton Candy panel and emboss it with a polka dot embossing folder. Adhere these panels to the card base.
4. Wrap a piece of Sheer Organza Ribbon in white around the scalloped panel, from top to bottom, and make a bow. Adhere this completed panel to the left side of the card.
5. Make tags- stamp a sentiment on a piece of Neenah Crest Solar White cardstock and cut it to approximately 1 1/4″ x 4″. I stamped my main sentiment in black and then stamped a smaller sentiment (‘for baby’) in a pale pinky peach color, randomly covering the entire tag. Punch a notch in the end of this sentiment panel as shown, creating a tag.
Repeat this with the Bubble Gum cardstock and Coral cardstock, making them about 7/8″ and 5/8″ x 4 inches. Cut notches in these. Layer your banners and tuck them under the bow. Add pearls to the scalloped panel beneath the bow. Add a button and baker’s twine to the bow center.
That ‘s it! Pretty easy! I hope I have inspired you!