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I adore making baby cards and this one was no exception! ūüôā

Cutest-Baby-Ever---yla

I copied a card I made a couple of years ago (found here) and changed the colors to match the baby outfits I purchased this weekend. (I love it when everything matches!) ūüėČ I made the roll of tickets by cutting a piece of Crisp Cantaloupe¬†cardstock 7/8″ x 4-3/4″. I used a Stamp-a-ma-jig to stamp the sentiment three times in VersaMark ink, embossed with White Embossing Powder and then used a 1/4″ circle punch (retired) to punch the little half circles in between the tickets. The medallion was made by cutting a piece of scrapbook paper 1″ x 12″ and scoring every 1/4 inch using the Simply Scored Scoring Tool, folding it accordion-style and then using a glue gun to secure the medallion to a circle of scrap paper. While assembling the medallion, I ended up burning the LIVING DAYLIGHTS¬†out of my pinky finger with the glue gun rather than mess up the medallion!!! Ah, the things we do for a little piece of artwork. ūüėČ

Stamps: Label Love, That’s the Ticket

Paper: Whisper White, Soft Sky, Crisp Cantaloupe (DSP and cardstock)

Ink: Soft Sky, VerasMark

Accessories: Polka Dots¬†Embossing Folder, Butterfly Embosslits Folder, Big Shot, 1/4″ Circle Punch (retired), Artisan Label Punch, 7/8″ Scallop Circle Punch, 3/4″ Circle Punch, 2-1/2″ Circle Punch, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Pool Party Ribbon, Whisper White Taffeta Ribbon, Whisper White Embossing Powder, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Tea Lace Paper Doilies, Pearl, Stampin’ Dimensionals

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My sweet little niece turns one on Sunday and here’s the card we’ll be sending her.

Baby-Birthday---yla

I made my own roll of tickets by cutting a piece of Pink Pirouette cardstock 7/8″ x 4-3/4″. I used a Stamp-a-ma-jig to stamp the sentiment three times and then used a 1/4″ circle punch (retired) to punch the little half circles in between the tickets

Stamps: Label Love, That’s the Ticket

Paper: Whisper White, Wisteria Wonder, Pink Pirouette (DSP and cardstock), Silver Glimmer

Ink: Wisteria Wonder, VerasMark

Accessories:¬†Modern Mosaic Embossing Folder, Big Shot, 1/4″ Circle Punch (retired), Artisan Label Punch, 7/8″ Scallop Circle Punch, 3/4″ Circle Punch, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Whisper White Taffeta Ribbon, Whisper White Embossing Powder, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Tea Lace Paper Doilies, Vintage Faceted Designer Buttons, Stampin’ Dimensionals

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Welcome to the Control Freaks May 2013¬†blog tour! We’ve created projects using new items from the upcoming 2013-2014 Stampin’ Up! catalog. If you’re following the tour, you’ve just come from¬†Barb¬†Mullikin’s¬†blog.

Here are my two projects!

PROJECT #1 – Graduation Thank You Card

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My first project is a graduation thank you card. My son graduated from high school last week and his school colors are red, black and white. I wanted a design that would have a masculine feel to it and be easy to replicate. The new Mosaic Madness stamp set and coordinating Modern Mosaic Embossing Folder and Mosaic Punch all came in handy for this project.

Stamps: Mosaic Madness, Teeny Tiny Wishes, Lacy & Lovely

Paper: Whisper White, Real Red, Basic Black

Ink: Black StazOn, Real Red

Accessories: Modern Mosaic Folder, Big Shot,¬†2-1/2″ Circle¬†Punch, Mosaic Punch,¬†Basic Black 1/8″ Taffeta Ribbon, Rhinestone, Stampin’ Dimensionals

PROJECT #2 – Graduation Open House 3×3 Thank You Notecards

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My second project is a set of small 3×3 thank you notecards for those who attended my son’s open house. The “Thank U” stamp is from the Pennant Parade set and is punched with the 3/4″ Circle Punch.

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Stamps: Label Love, Pennant Parade

Paper: Whisper White, Real Red, Basic Black

Ink: Black StazOn

Accessories: Perfect Polka Dots Folder, Big Shot, 3/4″¬†Circle Punch,¬†7/8″ Scallop Circle Punch, Artisan Label Punch, Real Red 1/8″ Taffeta Ribbon, Stampin’ Dimensionals

To see the next blog, please click the link below. Patty Bennett is next! Thanks so much for taking the tour!

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