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Now where did I put that paper?


This card did not turn out anything like I originally imagined it. Lindsay (from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff) challenged the What's Digital Stamping group on Yahoo to make a project using stuff from the scrap bin. I dug through mine and found a piece of cute pink, blue, and yellow baby paper left over from the days I was scrap booking my daughter's baby pictures. I colored the bunny to match the paper. Then when I started to put the card together, I could not find that piece of paper anywhere. Grrrrr.... So this is version #2 with out the cute baby paper, but still using paper from the scrap bin. All the paper except the card base and the image were scraps.

This card also qualifies for the Clearly Delightful Blog theme challenge (
CDBC1) to use bunny rabbits on your project, Mygrafico's challenge #31-Yellow, and the Digital Tuesday Challenge #41-emboss it.

If you like this digital image, you can get it at the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff shop on Mygrafico.com. Did you know it is Mygrafico's 1st anniversary and that they are having a sale? Take 25% off your order up until midnight (GMT) today, January 15th.

If you are following the monthly Mygrafico customer blog hop, you can find a list of participants HERE. Please go check out what every one else posted for the blog hop. Before you leave, be sure to check out MY BLOG CANDY.

SUPPLIES:

  • STAMPS: Babies and Bows digital stamp set from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on Mygrafico
  • CS & PAPERS: image printed on Georgia Pacific white CS, othe papers manufacturer unknown
  • INKS: None
  • EMBELLISHMENTS & TOOLS: Prismacolor pencils and OMS, Swiss Dots cuttlebug embossing folder, misc. buttons & thread, Stampin' Up border punch
  • NOTES: Sentiment generated using MS Word

Comments

Karin said…
Darling baby card! The colors are perfect and your coloring on the bunny itself if great...Don't you just love the Swiss Dot folder? So useful on a variety of projects, but perfect for baby cards, favors etc. Thanks for playing along in the My Grafico color challenge too! Have a great weekend!
Pat (mspfd) said…
How cute is this! I just love the pink and yellow combination!
Bogner's said…
What a cute baby card. I know how it is to loose that original piece! I do that ALL the time and it is usually RIGHT in front of me! Hate when that happens!
linda said…
Beautiful card layout! I love the color scheme!
Micki said…
I love it. Love the Swiss Dots embossing and the scalloped edge border. Too cute.....
Super cute Cheryl - even without the the paper you wanted! Love the dotted embossing - it just add that final touch.
Nettie said…
Such a really cute card.x
Martha said…
so adorable, I love your card, so cute.
Tracey said…
Cute card Cheryl, perfect for any little girl :o)

Have a good weekend.

Hugs
Tracey
x
Very cute! I love using up my scraps. This is a great baby card. Love the middle button too!
Gina said…
Your card is very cute, with or without the paper you were looking for! I do that so many time, glad to know I am not the only one!
What a sweet and elegant card. I love the pastels and the main image!

Vicki
I just love the buttons and embossing detail on this card! Adorable!
Kathy said…
Very pretty baby card. I'm forever losing stuff in my craft room, usually shows up right as I finish up my project!
Louise said…
This is really sweet, love the colours. I can totally relate to losing the peice of paper... I am forever hunting for misplaced stuff.
What a sweet card! Love that bunny! Great use of yellow! Thanks for playing at MyGrafico this week!

Janna :)
Crayola58 said…
What a precious little card. I love it. Thanks for stopping by my blog to say hello.
Carole
Ellie said…
So cute. Love the color combo and the buttons are gorgeous.
Nancy said…
Your card is so cute, Cheryl:O) That bunny is just adorable, beautiful colouring. Love the dotted paper and your great design, cute buttons.
Thank you for joining My Grafico, good luck!
Nancy;O)
Adorable bunny card! Love the sweet simplicity of the bunny and and the button combo is just adorable! Thanks for playing!
adorable card!!! Thanks for spreading the word about our new blog at What's the scoop!!! Good luck in the RAK and I hope you'll share your work with us!
coldwaters2 said…
Oh wow this is just so cute and adorable loving that image and that embossing is so lovely thank you for joining our challenge at Digital Tuesday

Hugs
Lorraine x
Lorraine said…
That is a really lovely card. Clean and simple - love the buttons.

Lorraine
Rhonda said…
Cheryl, this is a lovely card...I don't think you needed that paper...lol. The colors are fabulous.
Shelly Schmidt said…
Adorable image! I will have to go check out my scrap bin- what a great card you have created!!!
Loretta Rodger said…
Really pretty card! I love the colors together!
HappyCrafter said…
So sweet! such a pretty colour combo.
Sandi said…
So cute! Love the background and the colors!
Tracy said…
I LOVE this card. The stamp is so sweet and your colors are perfect for a baby card. Awesome job!

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