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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
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  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!


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