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January 28, 2014

Design Team: Celeste Collette Week 17 Cycle 8

Baby shower Card

It's baby season! I mean, when is it not? See Celeste's sophisticated baby card below!



I was invited to a baby shower, when I learned that she was having a baby girl I was excited!!! I wanted to make her a card, a cute but simple card. My days are getting busier and busier, so my time was very limited.  Let me tell you, from start to finish this card probably only took me five minutes to make. I have some blank pink cardstock that I folded in half, at the front I added that cute pink polka dot scrapbooking paper. I have a rubber stamp that I bought a long time ago for another baby shower that I was hosting and decided to use it for this card. I didn’t want the card to be ALL pink, though I do LOVE Pink! So I added the color on the “oh baby” and the flower. I stamped some cream cardstock paper with the “oh baby.” and then I ran it through the eBosser using the Teresa Collin’s “D├ęcor Circles” embossing folder. I then cut it to a long strip and glued that to the polka dot paper and added the flower and pink button. What do you think? pretty easy right?

-Celeste 

Thank you Celeste! See more of Celeste's projects on her personal blog here:

http://babybands.blogspot.com/

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