Baby Prints

Hi! I’ve been away camping for a while and enjoying Summer!  Sorry I haven’t been very active on my Blog!!! Today, I would like to propose you some baby cards that I made with a new stamp set I just got: Baby Prints (Bébéessentiels for the French one.)  For the first one, I created my background paper with the Stripes embossing folder.

Here’s how to do it: you will need your brayer and 2 color ink pads.  For my card, I used Daffodil Delight and Bashful Blue.

First, ink your brayer with the first color and brayer directly on the embossing folder (on the inside, the side that is on the top). Run through the BigShot.

Second, clean throughly your brayer and your embossing folder. You can either use a baby wipe or run it directly under the water in your sink. Dry well.  Re-ink your brayer with the second color. Rotate your paper at 90deg (see picture) and run through the Big Shot.

Voilà!

And the final card:

Stamp set: Baby Print, Voeux Mignons

CS and paper: Bashful Blue, Whisper White, Baja Breeze

Ink: Bashful Blue, Daffodil Delight, Baja Breeze

Tools: Brayer, Big Shot and Stripe embossing folder

Accessories: Stitched White Grosgrain ribbon

And here’s two more cards that I made using the Baby Print (Bébéessentiels) stamp set and Twitterpated Designer Series Paper and the Designer Series Paper Stack.

Stamp set: Baby Print, Voeux Mignons

CS and paper: Pretty in Pink, Melon Mambo, Designer Series Paper Stack, Whisper White.

Ink: Pretty in Pink, Melon Mambo

Accessories: Stitched White Grosgrain ribbon

Stamp set: Baby Print

CS and paper: Baja Breeze, Bashful Blue,Whisper White, Twitterpaper DSP.

Ink: Baja Breeze, Bashful Blue

Accessories: Stitched White Grosgrain ribbon

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One Response

  1. […] The Stripes embossing folder is on sale! For only $7.46, you shouldn’t miss that one! Plus, it’s only available for another 5 days! After that, it will be discontinued! The coolest thing with that folder is that you can make your own “plaid” pattern like in the card below. (Click here to see how it’s done!) […]

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