Friday, October 24, 2008

I've been waiting to ink up these stamps from Cornish Heritage Farms "Primitive Beginnings."
I needed a baby card for a shower at our church on Saturday, and I thought that these little sheep would be just perfect. The baby will be a boy, thus the primary colors.

I used a retired background stamp from Stampin' Up called "Fontastic" on PaperTrey Ink's Pure Poppy cardstock. I traced, glued, and cut black cardstock onto a piece of chipboard to create the large B. I sanded the edges a bit, then attached it to my alphabet letter panel. I then created a computer sentiment which I die cut out (Nestabilities) with my Cuttle Bug. A ribbon bow completed the tag.

Layers, a bit of sponging and the sheep popped up on dimensional tape finished the project.
Pretty simple overall.

Stamps: Cornish Heritage Farms Primitive Beginnings
Paper: Paper Trey Ink Pure Poppy and Kraft, Stampin' Up Basic Black
Ink: Versafine Black Onyx, Stampin' Up Creamy Caramel
Accessories: Cuttle Bug, Nestabilities, SU gingham ribbon, unknown chipboard B, dimensional tape

Thanks for stopping by!

5 comments:

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

Really cute, Deb -- love the Kraft, Black and Poppy combo and what darling sheep!!!

Leslie Miller said...

I do love primitive images like this! Great background and sentiment combo and a sweet card for a baby boy.

Joan Fricker said...

Deb, you make it sound so simple but this card is just adorable and a perfect card for a little boy!
Those sheep are just so cute!

Joan

Jerri Kay said...

A very sweet card Deb, I love the layout, colors, and images, those sheep are so adorable! A wonderful card for a boy.

Amy Johnson said...

What a sweet baby card! I love it! I love the non-traditional baby card colors too. Great job!