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Thursday, 31 January 2013

Woodware Challenge - Baby Card

This pretty baby frock card is made from pale pink card and designed to stand as a tent fold. I made the template myself but its a very easy shape to make. Why not try a romper style outfit in blue for boys?

You need a Woodware yellow sized circle punch, the Crafty Edger and a floral cassette, some of the new Woodware wide organza cream ribbon, scallop circle and oval punches or dies, pink ink pads, pink glitter glue and Stampendous alphabet stamp sets numbers SSC007 and SSC125. Pink and cream card.

The card is 14cm wide across the shoulders and stand 15.5cm tall. Fold the card in half and punch out the half circle in the middle. Punch or die cut a scallop circle to fit and cut in half.
Then punch a circle out of the middle to create the collar shape, edge with pink ink and stick to card.

Punch the edges of cream card and cut to fit sleeves and hem, edge with pink ink and stick down. Keep the little flowers from the punched edges.
Wrap the ribbon around the card and tie a bow.

Punch or die cut the ovals, edge with pink ink and stick together. Stamp wording as shown and cut out the word 'baby'. Adhere to ovals with foam pads and stick to the card, decorating with the little left over flowers. Add some pale pink glitter glue to edges, flowers centres and wording.



1 comment:

Clarissa said...

Really pretty card. I'll remember that for next baby girl card. All Catherine's friends seem to be having boys latley!!
Clarissa. X

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