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5 Apr 2009

Sweet Baby and the Featured Stamper

What a fabulous gallery for today's featured stamper on Splitcoaststampers!

I was pretty nervous about even picking a card to case,
but I forged ahead and chose this card to do!

Aren't these just the SWEETEST??! I can see myself making many more of these babies hehe - pun intended of course!!




Julie found the template in the Paper Crafts magazine, so I followed her link, downloaded the template and the rest was history!

I decided to make my little dress splashy and hip so I used the new Hibiscus cardstock from Papertrey Ink along with the Friends 'Til the End patterned paper.

The vellum apron is also part of the pattern and it is Papertrey Ink vellum and the sentiment is from the new MEGA Mixed Messages! I luv the Mixed Messages stamp set and this one is even better, if that is at all possible - all the same sentiments......o
nly bigger!!

The sentiment is stamped on a tag from the Cuttlebug tiny tags die - which I also luv!! Sooo much luvin' going on here today!! Well, on my blog anyway.....lol!

My mother-in-law is home from Florida so I am heading out the door to see her and her boyfriend. That sounds so odd saying a 70+ woman's friend is
her boyfriend.........omg she would kill me if she read this......

14 comments:

  1. What a wonderful card!! Love it!!
    Enjoy your day!

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  2. I saw your card IRL and it's fabulous! It's so spring-like and pretty! Love it!

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  3. So pretty and very unique! I love the template. :)

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  4. Oh so darling, I love your sentiment, sweet.

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  5. Oh, Bonnie, what a fun time I've just had catching up with your blog! I was behind by 17 posts! Yikes! Where does the time go?

    I LOVE everything you do, but most especially love all the Papertrey projects (I'm a huge PTI fan myself). The best, though, is your blog postings themselves. I love your sense of humor. I was laughing along the way.

    I want you to know I crashed and burned in my Lenten promise to not buy stamps and supplies. I did buy FEWER, but I didn't stick to it all the way. Thank goodness the Lord forgives us for being weak! I'm hoping He likes what we do with our goodies. I'm willing to bet He does!

    And to hear you are a transplant patient. I can understand what you feel, but you must know that God had a plan for you and for the one who died to give you new life. (Wow, I can't believe I just typed that, but that's the way it came out.)

    Love and hugs to you, dear girl.
    Lisa

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  6. This is just darling! Loooove the colors you used. :)

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  7. So CUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUTE!!!

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  8. Oh this is totally cute! I love that sweet house mouse image!

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  9. This is DARLING, and so very creative! Great color combo too!

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  10. Absolutely adorable! Love color combo...it's gorgeous! :)

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  11. Oh my goodness,that is just darling!

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  12. Debbie Lee23:08

    Love, love, love this and the colors are so perfect! :)

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  13. Wow! That is all I can say is Wow!! I love this! Seriously the funky colors the vellum apron the great sentiment! You are awesome!! So, so cute!!! love everything about it!! Such a great job!

    Smiles,
    janna

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  14. This is so cute, Bonnie! How funny that this came up under today's post (Aug 17). That little dress pattern is one of my faves and I love how you did it.

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