Friday, 28 November 2008

I can finally post this card.

I made this card for my brother in-law and sister when they had their little
baby girl (Tilly Mae) in August. I did go for a visit, but silly me left it sitting
on my craft table.
I so loved this card in real life, it's actually probably the most favourite card I've
ever made, and found it really hard to give away, but I knew it was going to
a good family.
This set is now finished, but I had to grab it when they were not listing it
anymore last year. The background and the baby are both wheel stamps.
Baby Time and Wash Day.
The DP Paper on it is from the Petals and Paisley's pack. The card itself is
made using Certainly Celery with a strip of Bashful Blue which goes all around
the back and holds the card together, with the image stamped on whisper white and
coloured, then all of the clothing and the baby raised.
The flowers are from the Spring Mini Catalogue, which finishes this Sunday.
The set is called One of a kind and then they were punched out using the
matching Boho Blossoms punch. The ribbon is Regal Rose. A lot of the images
have a bit of kindy glitz on them to give a bit of bling factor.....
This part pulls out of the card..... Did I mention it's a pocket card.....

To give you this to write on!
The whole card fits perfectly into one of those long envelopes.
Thanks for looking and everyone have a great day!
Cheers,
Kristy xo

5 comments:

Vicki's Addiction said...

Hi Kristy
Great card very cute love the washing
Vicki

Debbie M said...

OMG!!!! This must be the very cutest card I have ever seen!!!!!
And all that work involved!!! It must have taken you absolutley ages!! But what a work of art!!

Debbie M

Anonymous said...

Wow oh wow! That's more than a card; it a piece of art. It's absolutlely amazing and fabulous!
Ann

Jean said...

Kristy, my heavens you have put some work into this card - but then why wouldnt you when it is for someone very special!! Beautiful!

Emma said...

Kristy, I love this card so much and it is so special that I am going to frame it, to put up in her room. love your sis