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DD # 15 - Baby Boutique

DD # 15 - Baby Boutique

It's a soft and subtle colour combo at Dynamic Duos for week 15 - Pretty In Pink and Certainly Celery.

The Colour Duo -
Soft, Romantic Colours


A friend holidaying in Canada was able to send me some cute new Stampin' Up! goodies which arrived in the post just in time for me to put this card together.

There has been a bit of a 'baby boom' lately.  My mum has been busy knitting little jackets or jumpers for me to give as presents and I'm trying to catch up on the card making.   This one was made to welcome Lucee Joy, first grandchild for friends of mine.

I have used the cute little bird image from the new stamp set, Baby Boutique and the new large scallop edgelit die and co-ordinating Delicate Designs embossing folders



Thanks so much for stopping by.

Be sure to check out all the other Dynamos for some Soft and Subtle projects to get you inspired -


Happy crafting!

Comments

Very pretty Bronwyn. That embossing folder will be on my first order too. It's gorgeous and you've used it beautifully.
H2 :) said…
Oooh, this is so sweet Bron! Love these soft colours teamed with white & kraft. Lucky you, on getting your hands on those new goodies, can't wait for the pretty, lacey dies! The little birdie perched on the doily banner is adorable too! :)
Christine Blain said…
Well, I am more than a little envious that you have those DIVINE embossing folders already! This is such a gorgeous card, Bron; I love all the details, and your use of colour is perfect.
Unknown said…
Love this!! Gorgeous!!
Anne Marie Hile said…
Bronwyn, I seriously do not think this card could get much cuter! Love that sweet little birdy on the frilly baby banner. All of the wonderful textures really make your card pop! Have a wonderful weekend! :)
Lisa Elton said…
What a darling baby card Bronwyn! Really sweet combo of texture and pattern!
Anni said…
What a cute doily banner! Perfect for a baby card!
Anni
so cute!!! love the lacy banner! great idea!
Just stunning, Bronwyn! Can we expect all these things in the new catty? Hugs xxx
Carol L said…
This is such a precious baby card! I love all the embossing and banner with letters! So sweet!
paige said…
Sweet baby card! Love the banner and the embossing is fabulous!

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