It’s A Boy for Freshly Made Sketches # 69 and CASology #27

My first mobile upload !!!

I used FMS # 69 to make this Baby Boy card using Parker’s Patterns DSP–love this paper:) I had thought hard about how to use this sketch…and received the inspiration from a day time nap today…lol. It was a cold, drizzly day in Orlando, and our visiting family all took a quick late afternoon nap. After 30 minutes, I woke up and thought, “B-O-Y” three letters, three focal points in the sketch! So, I set to work trying to figure out how to put the card together. I found a sentiment from an Inkadinkado clear stamp set with “it’s a boy” and cropped out the boy using the SU Bitty Banners dies. I die cut the BOY from a kid’s CB set and popped it off some circles. I originally was playing around with Marina Mist Polka Dot Parade, and my daughter said it was too bland- too monochromatic. She saw the Parker’s Patterns strewn across my floor and said, “Wow, that’s awesome, I wish I had a shirt like that!” She loves BLUE…so I thought I would enter this in CASology # 27 as well. So, I set to work using that DSP…and this is what transpired.

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Card Recipe:
STAMPS: Inkadinkado Clear # 97605
INK: SU Marina Mist
PAPER: SU Marina Mist, SU Not Quite Navy, SU Daffodil Delight, SU Parker’s Patterns DSP, SU Whisper White
TOOLS: SU Bitty Banners dies, SU 1/4″ circle, SU 1 3/8″ Circle Punch, CB CuttleKids alphabet, CB embossing folder distressed lines

FMS Final 69-001
Week 27 - Blue

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14 comments

  1. Thanks for sharing the story of your inspiration for this card. Next time I’m stumped for an idea I think I’ll take a nap! This is a great card for a boy. I love the texture and the DSP is perfect! Thanks for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches!

  2. I think this is really neat – I love to use bold colours for baby cards! I’m so glad you joined us in the fun at CASology this week, Cindy!

  3. Cindy, I am going to have to try this technique…nap, idea! Love it! I love your card, too…what a great design and color scheme for a boy! Thanks for playing along at CASology!

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