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Baby Makes Three

Just thought I'd make another baby card--I have a friend (who used to be my babysitter) who is having her first baby girl in a few months. I'm very excited for her. I had her in mind when I made this--a little pink, a little sparkle, and a few flowers. I also tried something a little different with the bow--just pinched it a bit.
Paper: PTI Sweet Blush, White
Ink: PTI Sweet Blush (new formula), SU Chocolate Chip
Stamps: PTI Bitty Baby Blessings, Background Basics-Petal Power
Other: PTI Berry Sorbet satin ribbon, Sakura Stardust pen-red, dimensional tape

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  1. Very cute! I love how you added the stardust pen to the edges of the onesie! I just ordered Petal Power and I can't wait to play!

  2. So cute! Love the touch of glitter and what a lovely stamped flower bg!

  3. Hi Cheryl! This is absolutely gorgeous! Sorry I have been lax with my commenting, your comment box hates my browser... so I have to view in Safari... anyway lovely card, I love the bow!

  4. Beautiful card. That bg stamp is stunning!

  5. I love the bit of glitter on the onsie - adorable!

  6. Cheryl this is so CUTE!! Love that bow!

  7. This is too cute!! I love the touch of glitter!


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