“Happy Girls Are the Prettiest” – Audrey Hepburn

My baby shower card was such a hit that this happened…

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I know – I can’t help but squeal when I hold them in my hands!

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My next goal is to make the baby boy version of these cards! So so so sweet!

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Welcome Baby Owen!

I finally got around to posting pictures from my best friend’s baby shower! (Talk about better late than never! lol) I was tasked to make all the lovely goodies with help from the wonderful mother to be and friends!

I absolutely love this picture frame we made for the wishing tree!

We stayed up until the wee hours of the night wrapping gift boxes and tying bows to make cute little stands for all the yummy food.  And the food was absolutely delicious!

I founds this adorable baby favor stamp set from PTI – it had all of these cute sayings like “Bun in the oven” and “About to Hatch” that were perfect to make into little tags/flags for food!

Who doesn’t love a ducky on a stick with banana budding?

These water bottles were too cute to even drink!

This was such a wonderful event filled with so much love and happiness! It’s so true when they say love is in the details… We love you baby Owen!

Bun in the Oven!

Love is in the details right?

I wanted to make this card simple but add a lot of details to show just how much love went into it.

First, I cut out the oven window and added clear cardstock to make it look like glass.  Then, I stamped two little white hearts on the oven window.  Next, I used distressed ink to get that lovely light pink color and sprayed the entire oven with shimmer frost spray.  Finally, I stamped the image on another piece of white cardstock and added stickles to the top of the cupcake and glossy accents to the cupcake wrapper.  Also, a little bling for the oven knobs!

Of course, I had to make a baby boy version:

Cute cute and cute!

  • Recipe:  CS from PTI, Clear CS from PTI, Stamps from Lawn Fawn, Ek Success heart punch, White Gel Pen, Copic Markers, Frost Shimmer Spray, Stickles, Glossy Accents, Bling, Tim Holtz Distressed Inks, MS corner punch.

Happy Birthday Little One!

I lovelovelove baby cards!

I think it’s the color combination, ribbon, and stickers are just tooooooooooooooooo adorable!

  • Recipe: Cream colored card stock from Recollections, Ribbon/Half pearls from Michaels, Scrap booking paper from K & Company, Spellbinders Circle and Scalloped circles, Stickers from Forever Time, Souffle pen, Memento Ink in Tuxedo Ink, Happy Birthday stamp Inkadinkadoo.