Let’s Make Some New Baby Cards!

Hey everybody! I hope you had a great weekend – Monday sure got here fast! Leslie here, sharing a couple new baby cards featuring our Basis cardstock paired with several cardstock colors in the Pop Tone line! Pop Tone cardstock is among my all-time favorites because of the variety of colors, and it’s great for layering or card bases! I used Basis Natural; Pop Tone Black Licorice, Sweet Tooth, Cotton Candy, and Limeade; and Bright Silver Foil for these cards.

Cut Card Bases and Layers

I cut everything in duplicate:
1. Card base and baby parts (lol) from Basis Natural
2. Mouth from Pop Tone Black Licorice
3. Tooth, diaper and inside panel from Pop Tone Sweet Tooth
4. Diaper pin head from Pop Tone Cotton Candy (for the girl) and Pop Tone Limeade (for the boy)
5. Diaper pin wire from Bright Silver Foil.

The coordinating envelopes were cut from patterned paper in my stash.

Ink Layers and Assemble Cards/Envelopes

I inked the edges of the baby parts with antique linen distress ink for a little definition. Similarly, I inked the cheeks with tattered rose distress ink. Next, I assembled the cards and the envelopes.

Stamp Sentiments and Complete Project

I stamped the sentiments in black ink on the front and inside panel of each card, and then adhered the inside panels, which completed the project.

Other products used:
Paper: Colorbok Delilah and Mint Julep 12×12 paper pads
Stamps: Paper Pretties Oh Baby stamp set
Ink: Ranger antique linen and tattered rose distress inks; Memento Tuxedo Black ink
Dies/Punches: My Scrap Chick Baby Belly Card 2 cut file
Accessories: Brother Scan N Cut, Art Glitter Dries Clear adhesive, MISTI stamp tool

I hope you’ve enjoyed this pair of new baby cards! Be sure to visit the CutCardStock Facebook Page for more DT inspiration! Also, be sure to join our Creating with Card Stock Facebook Group for even more crafty inspiration! Thanks so much for stopping by today – we’ll see you next time!

Scrappy hugs,

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