February 14, 2012

Creative Challenge - Baby!

It doesn't take much to get me thinking babies these days - our wee one is kicking regularly now and I'm still in the "delighted to feel him - not jammed under my ribs" stage, so it's lovely. Oh yeah, did I mention we're having a boy?! We're so excited!

So this month's My Favorite Things Creative Challenge was perfect for me! I had this idea right away, for a clean and simple thank you card for baby gifts. This design has lots of pop, but can be quickly replicated.

I did try using a designer paper layer, but in the end it looked best with crisp white and bold cardstock. The sentiment was created using the By the Letters Die-namics. The flag was cut from a Mix and Match Banner Die-namics and the little felt onesie is from the Notched Tag Die-namics. A pierced border finishes it all off.

The inside is nice and crisp too. The sentiment is from Just my Type.

Be sure to visit Kim's Blog to see the list of designers with special baby themed projects to share today!

Here are the Die-namics I've used today:

 Thanks for stopping by!  
Stamps: Just my Type (MFT Stamps) Ink: Soft Sky (SU) Dies: By the Letters, Notched Tag, Mix & Match Banners Die-namics (MFT Stamps) Other: Piercing Tool, Felt, Brads


  1. So crisp, clean and perfect.love it...and congrat on "it's a boy"...so exciting for you!!

  2. LOVE how clean and crisp this is!!!

  3. Simple and yet so elegant... beautiful!

  4. lovely thank you card !...good luck with your up coming bundle of baby boy joy!

  5. LOVE the use of white, and the boldness of your card. And the felt onesie? Swoon.

  6. Beautiful, love the look of white and blue and the pierced border. Congratulations for your boy, have fun.

  7. Super cool boy card...and I'm sure with a change of colour a great one for a girl too.

  8. FABULOUS CAS card Sarah! SO crisp, clean and perfectly designed!!

  9. Congrats on your bouncing baby boy! We have 3 boys - they are SO FUN!!! Love this clean card!


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