Who doesn’t love a bit of Peter Rabbit on a new baby card?
We have had another new arrival in the office, so I need to get making another new baby card! This card is one I made for one of the girls in the office as she became a mum for the first time. The next creation is for one of the guys, whose wife just had their second. They have a little girl, and now they have a little boy to “complete the set” as it were.
I wasn’t ahead enough of the game this time, or I’d have thought to make a new baby card when I had all my kit out on Thursday, but this is a good excuse to get it all out again 😉 I’m thinking that maybe Peter Rabbit won’t feature on the next card, but who knows what I might choose when it comes to creating a masterpiece! I did create a birthday card for my brother from us, and one from the twins, as well as a few additional bits to make into cards later in the week. Well, why die-cut one sheep when you can cut 6 or more? 😉
I will therefore be sharing some more card ideas with you this week for birthday and Christmas cards, and maybe some thank you cards for next week. I need to make two birthday cards for a certain set of twins who will be 4 this time next week (?!!) and we will need a stash of simple thank you cards for all the presents they are bound to receive at their party the week after! I need to get my Christmas card samples made for work to be able to sell those to the guys (and girls) in the office – it is now less than 5 weeks away, after all! And then some general craftiness. I was at a Sheena workshop over the weekend, and so I have some pretty creations from that to share with you soon as well. I am thrilled with how my painting turned out, and it is such a clever technique. Well worth the time, money and effort to attend the workshop, but then these events are always fabulous!
I will be back tomorrow – enjoy Peter Rabbit in the meantime. He came from a Crafter’s Companion CD Rom, so there’s not really much more to say about the design than that. If you have any questions, then leave me a comment 🙂