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Berry Baby

Here is a card I made as part of a set given to a friend for her second little girl. She's not the pink type, so I thought this color scheme would be more appropriate. I cut the rectangle with one of my Nestabilities (still learning how best to use those things) and paper-pieced the onesie, which is popped up on dimensionals. If you look closely, you can see that I colored in the tiny flowers with my trusty red Stardust pen.

Paper: PTI Vintage Cream, Berry Sorbet, Chocolate Remix patterns
Ink: SU Chocolate Chip
Stamps: PTI Bitty Baby Blessings
Other: Offray ribbon, dimensional tape, Sakura Stardust pen, rectangle Nestabilities
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  1. Gorgeous cards, Cheryl! How can I follow your blog? I'm not seeing the add button at the bottom anywhere...

  2. Just fixed it for you, Aisha. Thanks for asking. I'd love to hear what you think about my cards.

  3. What a cute card, Cheryl! And the bling on the onesie is the perfect finishing touch!!

  4. Adorable card!! simple and cute..keep postin..:!

  5. So cute! That onesie is adorable :)

  6. Super cute Cheryl! Love that flowered onesie

  7. What a cute card!! I love how you colored the onesie!


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