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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Blue Baby Pins


Hello, sweet DeNami friends!

Today I have a sweet baby card to share. It's not too often we post baby cards on the blog, so I'm excited to share this one. :) Now this card is done in blue and green, but you can easily change out the colors for pink and kraft or something gender neutral. That's the wonderful thing about crafting- you can easily use the same card design and change out the colors! 

This card features an oldie, but a goodie- our Duck Pin. Isn't that image darling? It's great for cardmaking, but you can also use it to decorate your scrapbook pages! We also have some other pins that coordinate with this one- Heart Pin and Bear Pin. Click here to view our large array of baby stamps. 

I wanted to send out a reminder that there are only a couple days left to participate in the DeNami Sketch Challenge #4. We are offering up a $25 gift certificate prize to the winner, so be sure to get your entries in soon! :) 

Thanks for stopping by the DeNami blog today. I'll be back tomorrow with details of the show and classes this weekend in addition to a sneak peek at the new card kit releasing on Friday! We just got our shipment in and I have a feeling they will be flying off the shelves! I can't wait until you see it.....

Stamps: Teeny Swiss Dot, Mini Star, Duck Pin, Med. Dot Circle Frame, Baby Script, Stitched Border
Paper: White, Sky Blue, Leaf Green, Navy
Ink: Majestic Blue
Other: Quickie Glue Pen, Citrone glitter, Marvy 2" scallop circle punch, Marvy 2½" scallop circle punch


Lisa Petrella said...

Super cute! Love how you cut out the pins and criss-crossed them! Such a clever idea!

Wendy said...

I'm with Lisa on this one, I would have never thought to criss cross the pins. You are a smartie! Very cute baby boy card.


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