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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Stork Delivery
Sweet Sketch 60


We are so thrilled to have Shirley's 2 Girls again for our sponsor at Sweet Sketch Wednesday. Kristine's images are so fun to create with. I chose another image for a baby card! I made this card last month when I was in Utah. I have been wanting to use these metal dots and loved how they turned out so I have been using them on a few other cards. Arlana had these little baby feet in your stash! Oh...all of you would have so much fun at Arlana's...you cannot believe all the fun crafty things that she has!!! I brought my own jewels but Arlana had some that were the perfect intensity of color....so wa..la! There you have it! What a fun sketch this week too!
Before you get started on your card...stop by Shirley's 2 Girls....you will love the temptation!


This is the sweet sketch that you will use this week at SSW!
Please remember to follow the sketch!


Close up view of Stork Delivery


My Recipe:
Image: Shirley's 2 Girls Stork Delivery

Papers: Doodlebug Design Inc Sweetheart Baby's Breath and Baby Girl Baby's Breath, SU Pink Passion and Green Gable

Ink: Copics

Tools and Embellishments: Nestabilities Classic Large Square and Scallop, SU 2" Scallop Circle, SU 1 3/4" Circle, Rhinestones, Flowers, Ribbon, Metal Dots, Baby Feet Button
Thanks for stopping by and leaving me your sweet comments each week!
You always make my day!

12 comments:

  1. Oooooh - the pinks and green are such a lovely color combination - I need to remember this! Love the added brad in the flowers - such a perfect, perfect touch!!!!!

    Deanne :)

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  2. Oh Judi, this is one ADORABLE card!!! Your papers are so perfect for a baby card! Love those embellies...the layers of flowers, the metal dots, and most of all, the baby feet! Out of this world adorable!

    Linda

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  3. Judi, your card is just darling! I love the contrast of the green against the pink and you colored that image perfectly. I also just love your flowers with the feet! Too cute!

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  4. Hi Judi, I'm in love with your card it's super perfect I love the image, the colours and those baby's feet are to die for. You've made a wonderful job of this card Judi. Do you feel like a child in a candy store at Arlana in her craft room or like Aladden in his cave?? Take care have a great week.
    Hugs
    Kathie
    xox

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  5. Ohhh Judi, those little feet are sooo cute. Where did you find those? Your card couldn't be cuter!!! I would have a hard time giving this one up!! Hope you made it home safe and sound!!! Anyway, i should read first and then ask...I should have know Arlana had them in her stash.. I am jealous I wasn't ther with both of you..Although, I wouldn't have traded my trip. You need to check Tara's blog to see what we did. Lov ya! Nancy

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  6. I love those tiny baby feet! What a fun baby card!

    Peace & Luv,
    Jeannie

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  7. Oh my!! this is just too sweet! Gorgeous papers and those little feet are too precious!
    This is a beautiful card Judi.

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  8. Judi, I love how you combine your papers so well; you have a great stash! I love this card, especially those baby feet - how cool to dive into your sister's stash - it must be great! I love those pinks and greens and the scalloped borders are just darling as ever!

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  9. Hi Judi, love this beautiful card, that colour combo is very striking and I just love that image, so beautifully coloured. Great job with the sketch as usual!

    All good here, thanks for your note. Thanks for visiting my blog, it was great to check out your blog again! Have a great weekend!

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  10. Oh My Goodness! Judi your card is so cute, gorgeous color combo, the added jewels to the image are fab & those wee feet are so dinky!

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  11. How sweet!! I love the colors you used Judi but I particularly love the baby feet as the center of your flower. That is such a sweet touch.

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  12. Wow Judy it's stunning! Love the baby feet and the colours you've used.

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