Monday, November 21, 2016

It's A Girl


For those who may not have heard the news ----- I am going to be a grandmother!!!!

We are just a little bit excited. My daughter is expecting her first in April and it is a girl!

I wanted to share the news and knew the perfect thing to use to make a card. This
Baby Feet Casting Mold was the perfect accent. And I had Tri fold cards with a window to showcase the casting!


Baby's Feet#611  6 Trifold Window Cards: Garden

I started with Cotton Linter Squares and a pink sheet from the Tissue Tints

Cotton Linter Casting Squares: 2 oz packageTissue Tints: Color for Paper and Casts

Once I had my slurry, I pressed it into the mold and removed excess water. I allowed it to air dry.

 


To use the Tri Fold card, mount the casting in the window and secure the inside panel to finish.

Now it is time to decorate the front of the card. Flowers, lace and ribbon were the perfect finishing touches! 



Aren't those baby feet so cute? Did you know there are over 6 pages of casting molds in the store! I am sure there is one that will fit your needs!

If you are also thinking about holiday gifts, then  ArnoldGrummer has the perfect one for those who are difficult to buy for!
12 Months of Paper Calendar
More than a calendar - here's a how-to guide for classic forms and trend projects you can create throughout 2017.
Every month features a complete supply list, step-by-step photos and simple instructions to complete the featured project.
From paper author and designer, Helen Hiebert. 9" x 12" wall calendar, full color and photos throughout.

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4 comments:

  1. awwww, those baby feet are the cutest!

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  2. Congratulations, Grandma! What an adorable card. Love the baby feet and also how you embellished the card. cute, cute, cute!

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  3. Love all the steps on how you made the card!

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  4. What a WONDERFUL project! And I know you will have fun teaching her how to make paper in a few years.
    Love and light,
    Michele

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