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A 3D Baby Boutique Crib Card

It's sad to say goodbye to some favourite Stampin' Up! products ... sniff ... (However, ... the new catty which will be released in June will soon wipe those tears away; it's AMAZING!).  You had better get in quick to check out the RETIRING PRODUCTS LIST before it's too late as some things are selling out already.

I'm so glad I purchased the stamp set, Baby Boutique a few years ago as I think the images are adorable and was itching for them to see ink again! There are also some products used in this card that are retiring soon and you will not want to miss out on them -
  • Ornate Tag Topper Punch - reduced by 40%! and is now marked down to $22.80 (AUD)
  • Word Window Punch - $28.00 (AUD)
  • Little Letters Thinlits Dies - $49.00 (AUD)
As an extra special offer, any Aussie resident that places an order through my on-line store from now until the end of May, will receive a digital copy of my Card in a Box - Ornate Baby Crib Tutorial for FREE!

 A Baby Shower Card

This card was made for a work colleague's baby shower; she is expecting her first baby in June!
 
 
It uses a variety of gorgeous Stampin' Up! Colours - Tempting Turquoise, Wild Wasabi, Calypso Coral, Soft Sky, Pool Party, Mint Macaron, Pear Pizzazz, Tip Top Taupe, So Saffron, Melon Mambo, Blushing Bride, Bermuda Bay and Hello Honey. 


 This 3D card folds flat and fits in a card size envelope (C6) for posting.

Thanks for stopping by,


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