Welcome Easter Basket (Purse)
Custom Stamp Layering Technique

Welcome Easter Baby Card?

Handmade Baby Card

Hello Friends,

Did you know that the Welcome Easter stamp set by Stampin' Up! works equally well for making Baby Cards and papercrafts?  Today's simple card does just that.  I simply stamped the chubby little bunny and the little one sentiment. Then, I added a few bits and pieces of designer paper and one crumbled bow.  Tada! It's a Baby Card!


Welcome Easter Stampin' Up!

Making a Baby Card

Stamp the bunny using Basic Gray ink.  Then, add a splash of Petal Pink and a teeny bit of shading. 

Stamp "Welcome to the World, Little One" using Mint Macaron ink.

Stack a few swatches of All Dressed Up Designer Paper.  Wow! I love this cheerful paper!  The happy colors and whimsical designs are just so fun.

Have you tried the Whisper White Crinkled Seam Binding yet?  It is so, so soft.  Hint: Tie a quick bow.  Don't overthink it.  Then, smoosh and crinkle your bow (the more crinkled, the better).  Follow these steps to make a perfect bow every time.


Welcome Easter Paper Crafts

As the name implies, the Welcome Easter stamp set makes fabulous Easter Paper Crafts, too.

See yesterday's Blog Post to get the skinny on making this adorable Welcome Easter basket (purse).

 

 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy

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