Thursday, 9 April 2015

Telling it how it is!

This is the most realistic and accurate stamp I've seen for a birth congratulations card! It's one of the wonderfully useful sets of Studio G mini-stamps I won from the lovely Enfys at Going Buggy a few months ago. I decided to get the patterned nightdress and housecoat look with a bit of paper piecing -  something I regretted when I realised just how tiny the pieces were. But a pair of fine-tipped angled tweezers were my friend and everything ended up where it was supposed to be. The buttons used as a finishing touch were part of the freebie with the current docrafts magazine.


I'm sharing this card with:

CAS-ology - News
Addicted to stamps - CAS
Sweet Stamping - Paper Piecing

9 comments:

  1. Love this! What a great sentiment! x

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  2. That is SO true! Lovely CAS card.

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  3. Oh, what a great sentiment! Love your CAS design too, Jane! Thank you so much for playing along with us this week at ATSM!

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  4. That sentiment is so true!!!! And love the look on the face of the woman, I think we all looked like that when we had babies! Gorgeous card stock you've used too and I'm so glad you joined us at ATSM this week!

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  5. haha! Too true!! Love your design and sweet image. Thanks so much for playing along at ATSM xx

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  6. Hehe, that sentiment had me rolling on the floor. How true!!! Fantastic card and I LOVE your paper piecing. Perfect for our 'Paper Piecing' challenge at Sweet Stampin'. Thanks so much for coming and joining in the fun with us. Hugs, Wends x Sweet Stampin' DT

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  7. What a fun baby card! Sweet image and hilarious sentiment!

    Thank you for participating in last week's Paper-Piecing Sweet Stampin’ Challenge!

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  8. FUN!! Very Cool! Thanks for joining us at CASology this week, I sure hope to see you again very soon!!!

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  9. Hey Jane!! I love your sentiment. It is too funny. Great card! Thanks for playing along with us this week at CASology.

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