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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Moon Baby Boy - TGIFC99 Last Call!

Happy Wednesday to you!  We are almost through the week which means you don't have too much time left to play along with this week's challenge over at TGIF! This week at TGIF Challenges we are challenging our followers to play along with the "baby theme" - there's not many cards cuter than baby cards!  I'm also playing along with the baby challenge at The Paper Players this week!

Almost makes me want another baby...

Almost...


The Moon Baby stamp set form Stampin' Up! is so adorable - one of my favorite baby sets ever.  The images are great for watercoloring - like I did here with Aqua Painters and Shimmery White Cardstock.  You can also use the new Watercolor Pencils with these images.

Here I used the little baby on the moon.  I cut the star out and attached it closer.  It does hang from the moon a little longer but it wasn't ideal to fussy cut the string :)


I added the moon using Stampin' Dimensionals to give the card a little more detail.  I also did the same with some clouds that I cut using the Up & Away Framelits Dies.  The moon and sentiment are on a large circle cut with the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies - the inside says "do you know how loved you are?" - so sweet!

The Lucky Stars Textured Impressions Embossing Folder gives it one final detail.


I hope you can join us this week!  You can submit you card by 10pm CST tomorrow (Thursday).

Be sure to be back on Friday for our 100th challenge!!

Blessings,
Holly


4 comments:

  1. Holly, this is just adorable! I love that sweet baby sleeping on the moon! Such a pretty color combo and love that fluffy white clouds! So happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week! XX

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  2. I just love this image Holly and you've done a great job of fussy cutting and layering here with the clouds too. Thanks for joining my CAS baby card challenge over at The Paper Players this week!

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  3. Just precious, Holly! I love the scattered clouds and the starry background. Great tip on the star--perfect solution for the string problem, lol! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

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