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Purpley Baby

More baby cards in a pretty familiar layout. It's just so darn easy, but I love how it turns out. That onesie is just perfect, don't you think? I made a set of 10 cards for my friend who just had her first girl, and she is all about the purple.

Paper: PTI White, Plum Pudding, Lavender Moon
Ink: Versamark, Versafine Onyx
Stamps: PTI Bitty Baby Blessings, Communique Curves Sentiments
Other: White Filigree embossing powder, PTI Lavender Moon satin ribbon, dimensional tape, rectangle Nestabilities
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  1. Such a sweet card! Sure looks girly! :)

  2. Yes, the onesie is perfect!! And I love the purple!

  3. this is really cute - and totally do-able make a set of 10 w/out burning out. great concept, design and execution.

  4. Cheryl this is so CUTE! Your friend is gonna love it.. I agree that onesie is PERFECT!!
    Have a GREAT day!

  5. Great card, the onsie is so cute.


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