Skip to main content


A friend of mine from high school is expecting twins very soon, so I thought I'd make her a set of cards she could use for thank-yous or announcements or whatever. Yes, it means I cut out 20 onesies...This friend has had ultrasound after ultrasound, and she does not want to find out what kind of twins they will be. I am certain the suspense would just kill me, if I were in her shoes (I've had 6, and I've tried to find out with each one). So I made these cards as gender-neutral as possible, and I hope she likes them.

The onesie on the right is popped up on dimensional tape thus:

Paper: SU Sage Shadow, PTI Vintage Cream, Dark Chocolate, Chocolate Remix patterns
Ink: SU Chocolate Chip
Stamps: PTI Bitty Baby Blessings
Other: Dimensional tape, PTI Ocean Tides satin ribbon, SU scallop punch
Posted by Picasa


  1. perfect! she will love these

  2. These colors are so pretty together. I think it's a great gender-neutral card. I love the layout, too!

  3. These are great! The layout is awesome.

  4. Very cute Cheryl! I love the onesies with the chocolate paper, adorable!

  5. Very cute! I might have to get this set now!


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

National Craft Month Celebration Blog Hop

Hello, friends!  I am honored to be a part of the National Craft Month Celebration Blog Hop with Right at Home Stamps.  Hopefully you've come from Linda's blog.

We are celebrating our hobby of papercrafting by bringing our community together and spending a day doing what we love.  Come hop with all of us, leave comments along the way, and you will be entered to win this awesome stamp set:

It's called "Make Something Beautiful", and it is being released today.  It's so fun to have a stamp set that is dedicated to our love of all things crafty--scrapbooking, painting, cardmaking, sewing, and any and all combinations of the above.  Here are two cards I've made with this set.  Those tools begged to be paper-pieced with some sparkly silver paper!

For this one I heat embossed the images in white on navy cardstock, as well as fussy cutting the tools out of the silver paper.  Then I used a Copic marker to shade the hearts and sentiment in red for a pop of color.

Papertrey Blog Hop-March

It has been a long time, but I thought I'd jump back in to the Papertrey Blog Hop this month.  I couldn't resist creating something with these beautiful patterns as inspiration.

Here's my take on it:

I used the Anniversary Set: Painted Petals, a combination of heat embossing, coloring with Copics on that heat embossing, fussy cutting and die cutting.  Very fun.
PTI White and Dark Indigo cardstock Ink: Versamark, Copics, PTI Hawaiian Shores, Blueberry Sky, Raspberry Fizz, Lovely Lady, HA Navy

Do it anyway.

Oh how much I've needed to hear this all week.  
Thank you to Beth for a very insightful and thought-provoking post.  More cards to come soon.
*I found out that Mother Teresa did not, in fact, say this, but I wish I know who did.