Good Morning! Today we head to Collinsville, IL for the Rubber Stamp Events. We have a big weekend ahead of us and then we are taking a little mini vacation. We have everything just about packed and that includes what we need for our vacation! Getting Excited!
Karissa has included with this card the Copics that she likes to use…how nice of her!
KB here today since my folks are in Indianapolis getting ready for the Heirloom show. Today, I have to share this cute handmade in MN stamp! I can’t wait to use it to make tags for all the little handmade stuff I’ve been working on. Mostly bandana bibs (or drool catchers as I sometimes call them) for all my friends having babies.
Here is a photo of what the bandana bibs look like with the tags I am currently using. There are a ton of tutorials online as to how to make them. I learned about them from a friend who makes them for her little one and they are a fun gift to give.
Stamp used on the little tag: DD53 KB’s Baby Giraffe
Now to the card, this little snowman is so darling and I think he matches the font and words so well. Sorry, it is a bit hard to tell but the card is a pearlescent white which is really pretty and shimmers. Thought about adding something more but liked the simplicity too much.
Stamps used on the card: EE47 and F233 which are not online yet but will hopefully be up soon or if you are in Indianapolis they will be in the booth. So go check it out!
It is supposed to rain quite a bit the next few days here in MN so maybe that means some cards will be made? Hoping so.
My next project is to stamp some of these little animals on a few onesies. My last project was sewing the 1-12 on onesies for a baby’s monthly photo series. Not as easy as I thought it would be but I have some left over and am thinking the little lion, giraffe and elephant would look so cute on these (not with the numbers though)! Really excited to try it!
Finally a few baby girls have been born. Sadly one is way down in Texas so I probably won’t see her for awhile and the other is here in MN. So excited! It means I can finally pull out my pink paper. After making the last 3 baby cards blue, it is a good change. I like to use purple and teal if I don’t know whether it is a girl or a boy though and that breaks up the traditional pink and blue, like the elephant card from last Friday. The tag in this card is a punch by EK Success that I ran a copic marker along the edge to add some pink and embellished it with a little heart brad (I love these brads!).