Sweet Baby Girl

I discovered this precious baby card on one of my favorite blogs Thinking Inking hosted by Debbie Olsen. Be sure to stop by for a visit, you are sure to walk away totally inspired.

Sweet Baby Girl

Debbie used several cardstock layers of the “baby” die cut glued together to create some added dimension, covered the word baby with patterned paper, then finished it off with a sprinkle of glitter on top which added just the right amount of sparkle. Don’t you just love the homespun feeling the sewing brings to this card. I love Debbie’s paper choice of Fabulous by Simple Stories, and the 6×6 paper pad is perfect for card making.

I’d like to send out a big thank you to Debbie for sharing todays inspiration.



Vintage Cream PTI     Papertrey Ink Cardstock     Papertrey Ink Raspberry FIzz

SImple Stories 6x6 Pad


Papertey Ink WOnderful Words Baby Stamp     Papertrey Ink Baby Buttons Bits Stamp Set


Memento Rich cocoa      Papertrey Ink VIntage Ink Chamomile


WOnderful WOrds baby Die Papertrey Ink     Papertrey Ink Baby Buttons Die     Copic Markers

From Your Own Stash:

  • 1/4″ white silk ribbon (PTI) dyed with Copic reinker
  • Vintage Buttons, glue dots
  • Cotton string
  • Prisma Glitter
  • Large Scallop Border die

My hope for you is to be fearless when it comes to your creativity, to try new things and most important to have fun.

Thanks for visiting and have a very creative day.