So Adorable Babies, Vintage Chocolat Envelopes & Incredible Kids


Wenche Jensen was working with my "So so Adorable Babies Collage Sheet" and I am falling in love with her stunning creation, it is a must -have for any crafter , take a look:
I have made ​​a baby card with perhaps slightly different colors, not just baby pink and baby blue anyway. layer on the base of a complete white paper bag with a tag of Bazzill inside. Kanter punched with Martha stewart border punch, and star cut out with dies set from Marianne deisgn (CR1226). Stamp text is from plate SW Twinkle, twinkle from Personal Impressions . Pearls and flowers are from Prima . Also baby design then get never enough of these digital delights of NiceCrane Designs So So Adorable Babies CS

Sooooo...cute Baby Card by Wenche Jensen

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And some previous works using my Adorable Babies Sheets:

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And....don' t forget to check out my Bessie Gutmann Save Pack

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Lori Hairston was working with my funny "Little French Flower CS" ,what a curious way and so unique to aply them to amazing and gorgeus Embellished Envelopes.

Will these do?  That's what I'm asking myself.   A lovely lady wants to write love notes to both of her sisters.    She wants something pretty to put them in and for them to be a lot alike, but not exact.  She loves vintage and seam binding ribbon.
 I decided that embellished envelopes would fit the bill.   Then I selected these lovely images from Nicecrane Deigns.  They are from the Little French Flower set.
She can slip her notes right in the embellished envelopes and her sisters will have a keepsake. 
Now, about the crepe paper fringe... I had a couple of emails this week asking how to make the fringe I used on a couple of gift bags awhile back.

 I'm happy to tell you how I made it -  I don't know if it's right, but it works! . I use crepe paper that comes on rolls.  I like to cut it just a little longer than the size I need, then I  fold it in half.  I don't have fringe scissors, but regular scissors work just fine.  I don't even worry about whether it's the same size or not.  (Just make sure not to cut through the fold!)  I usually use four layers - just glue them on top of each other at the fold.  That's it - easy, right?  

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May  did this unique and really so sweetie vintage card with my "Absolutely Incredible Kids"
I hope this finds you all well, Today I've made a card using the Gorgeous digi stamps from Nicecrane can find their blog HERE,  I Love this cute image!!

You can buy these images coloured or black & white..I used the black & white image and coloured my little chap  with aqua markers! The background papers are SU the sentiment is from Studio 490 Wendy Vech the stamp set sentimental art, the print on the doillie is the newspaper stamp from Hero arts.. the rest is from my stash.... Don't forget to have a look at the wonderful Nicecrane designs Blog...& shop.. click HERE

HERE are my Collage Sheet  and Digi Stamp version;

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Tamy from Crafting by Designs Dt did this adorable Easter Card working with my
Vintage Easter Greeting Cards

I used one of the graphics to create a great little card.  I wanted to pull the off white out of the picture and inked the doilies with a color called pebble and then misted it with some Tattered Angels Sparkling Silver. I used a some paper out of my stash to pull the red and greens out of the picture.  

Here's the greeting I started with. I just love the sentiment.

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Special Thanks to the Team for these amazing creations


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