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Hey everyone! Last night, I finally got back into somewhat of a groove and made two cards. I can only share this baby card I made, which is inspired by K. Werner's Color Challenge. I thought the colors were fitting for a baby boy card. I created patterned paper by stamping lines at a diagonal. I did not have letter stickers that fit the color challenge, so I stamped some and cut them out. The task of cutting stamped letters is a bit daunting, but is so worth it in the end!

I watched the Bachelorette last night to see if I would be interested in the season. I've decided that I am not. I realized that I am not a big fan of dating 30 men at once. I do not think it is healthy or real to be frank. I understand it is a show, but the purpose is supposed to be real. After last season's Bachelor, this has confirmed my position on these dating shows, which is why VH-1 has created spoofs of it, such as Flavor of Love, Rock of Love, and I Love New York. It's a JOKE! So, what do you think?!

As always, I appreciate your visit to my blog and wish you have a terrific Tuesday!

Card Instructions
  1. Make an A2 card with baja breeze cardstock.
  2. Trim white cardstock into a rectangle, stamp lines at a diagonal and adhere to card front.
  3. Tie ribbon around card base into a bow.
  4. Stamp "OH BABY," cut out, and adhere to card front with foam adhesive.
  5. Die cut star and adhere.
  6. Stitch buttons.
:: My Goodies {OH BABY}::
Stamps: Stampin' Up! - Big Deal Alpha; Papertrey Ink - background basics (retro)
Ink: Close to My Heart - desert sand
Cardstocks: Papertrey Ink - white; Stampin' Up! - baja breeze + mustard
Accessories: Stampin' Up! - so saffron ribbon; Provo Craft-cuttlebug + star die ; Craft Supply - buttons; Bazzil - floss


Stamping Cafe said...

Your card always ROCK, Ashley!!

Lynnette said...

adorable card as always :)

care-in said...

This is great! The task of cutting is daunting to me!! I agree with you about those dating shows, I watched a few of the first few seasons but then got bored with them. It's not real at all.

Have a great day!

Mrs. ABC said...

This is a beautiful card. I may have to re-create this for a dear friend. She just found out yesterday that she is expecting.

Thanks for all you beautiful creations. Can't wait to see tomorrows card.



Savitri said...

So so awesome, Ash! Love the huge Oh Baby. Just perfect!!!!

Maureen P said...

Beautiful card! LOve the ribbon and buttons and great use of the colours this week :)

Christina Smith said...

I love the beautiful simplicity about your cards. I love how organized you are and your beautiful style! You are amazing!

Anonymous said...

hi Ashlee this is a perfect color combo for a baby card I am loving what you did this time! ~Donna

whoistracy said...

Oh I just love the colors on this!

Maria L. said...

FUN card for a new baby boy. Ashley. It came out great. I have and love that alpha set too - use it all the time in my scrapbooks.

...And I love the starry background paper in the pic too LOL!

Leonie said...

Your letters look great, such a tedious task, great card!

Charlene Austin said...

Cute card Ash.

Funny....I have never watched that show but watched it last night and decided I AM going to watch it this season. She's a Canadian girl so I gotta see the outcome. LOL. I don't watch too much tv (as I never seem to get off this dang computer) but decided I will try this one.

Winter said...

SO CUTE! I love it! That bow looks perfect!

Amy, Ottawa, Canada said...

This looks incredible as always. I am amazed a the xacto work, wow, good cuts.

Deb Rymer said...

Really love this card, Ashley. You have a way of using color that I never seem to think of. Very soft yet powerful. The "oh baby" is terrific!

Deanna said...

Love what you did with the challenge! Your cuts are perfect!

Anthonette said...

I also did a baby boy card for this challenge. Awesome job. Love the large letters.

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