I needed a baby boy card recently and turned to this 6" X 6" paper pack for some ideas:
I selected this particular design for the basis of my card. The first thing I needed to figure out was how to use my printer to print a sentiment inside the circle since I don't own any baby stamps yet (I ordered a set right after I made this card!).
I printed the sentiment I wanted onto a sheet of 8" X 11" paper. Then I used removable double-sided tape to adhere my DSP in just the right spot over the printed sentiment and ran it through my printer again.
Voila! I had my sentiment in exactly the right place in the font and color that I wanted.
Then I started fussy-cutting (from other pages in the paper pack) some of the little images around the circle and adhered them in the appropriate places with dimensional adhesives. This added lots of nice dimension to the front of the card.
On the inside, I added a left-over strip of the DSP and another one of the little tags. I used some thin dimensional adhesive to add two little hearts to the tag.
All the little tags were attached with pale blue mini-brads. I love when I happen to have just the right color of brad or other embellishment!
Well, that's my post for today. Hope you enjoyed my baby card. I made a few more, too, so I'll eventually share them, as well. I can't wait to get those baby sentiment stamps so that it isn't quite so much work to add the right words to my baby cards.
Thanks so much for stopping by, and remember to laugh--a little or a lot--every day.