And here is the boy version of yesterday’s card!
Again it uses the Baby We’ve Grown stamp set, and the bunny is framed using Tempting Turquoise instead of Pink Pirouette. See yesterday’s card for the details. I just think that the Baked Brown Sugar ink is the perfect colour for this cute bunny!
Here’s the boy shoes as promised yesterday:
I am finding that these detailed shoe images are not stamping *quite* as cleanly as I would like at the moment, but I think it is because I am using the firm foam ink pads and the stamps are brand new. Hopefully the image quality will improve once the slight coating has gone from the stamp surface…
But to give you a sense of scale for the images, as I have only shown you closeups of the shoes so far, here are both the boy and girl card interiors together. They are A6 (UK standard) sized cards. The shoes are a perfect detail for inside the cards instead of a stamped sentiment:
I just hope that those who are likely to receive these cards don’t read this post! But I am planning on making a few more various baby cards very soon, so I will just make sure that they are all very different in design so the recipients will not know what they are going to get until they open the envelope 🙂
And I have one final card to share with you, which is a very non-typical baby card!
Exactly the same design as the other cards, just with a very different colour scheme. It just goes to show that you don’t have to use whites and pastels for a new little person. I think that I do prefer the pastels and whites, personally, but this was an experiment in colour and I think it is reasonably successful. Do please leave me a comment to let me know if you like it or not…
I have a nice lot of inspiring baby card ideas on my Pinterest boards from various sources, I just need to get sticking! In the meantime if you also have a period of baby-card making ahead of you, may I recommend this set called Baby we’ve grown? It has a lovely mix of images and sentiments, and I know it is going to be popular this year! Check it out in the new seasonal catalogue.