Tuesday 11 June 2013


Hello and it had to happen but the rain has returned but still a good excuse to get some crafting in and today a cute baby  card which could be  for girl or boy although I did have a baby girl in mind when doing this. Sometimes it is nice to get away from the usual pinks and instead use some bright summery colours for a change.
The bear stamp is from a lovely set by Kanban called Wooly Bears and this is Isobel and what I like is that you also get some clothing for her like the top on my card which are easy to cut out and add ontop of the stamped image.

Other items used are:
Spellbinders "Hexagons"
American Crafts Stamp Collection "Baby"
Iwould like to enter this card into the following challenges
Thats all for now but take care until the next time


  1. Liz, I agree it is nice to move away from the traditional pinks and blues for babies card s there are so many other beautiful colours they can wear and that represent little ones. I like how you have sat the bear in the hexagon and paper pierced his/her shirt. Thanks for playing along with our sketch challenge this week at Just Add Ink.

  2. This is very cute, Liz! Lovely colours, and the paper-pieced top is a sweet touch. Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week!

  3. Oh my goodness this is adorable! What a super cute bear you've added to your card and I love the hexagon shape you've used instead of the diamond! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week!

  4. Such a cute baby card, and I love the colours! Thanks for playing along this week at Just Add Ink.

  5. This is ever so cute Liz! Nice to see brighter colours on a baby card and that bear is too cute! Thanks so much for joining us at Just Add Ink this week.

  6. Very cute - I love that Hexagon shape frame, it's very striking. Chantell JAI

  7. Oh, so cute! I love the little bear sitting in the hexagon frame. Thanks for joining the Friday Mashup this week.

  8. Such a cute baby card! The bear is adorable. Thanks for playing along with us at the Friday Mashup this week!