Thursday, March 24, 2016

Baby Boy Pocket Card

I've been working on Easter projects... filling plastic eggs with candy and, in between, making cards. With our Ohio weather getting warmer, I really should be outside working. Our son, Seth (The Director) was in Boulder, CO, doing a TV program over the weekend, and when he left on his return flight Monday, a storm came in dumping almost a foot of snow. We sure were glad he got out of there when he did.

I have another baby card to show you today. I don't know why, but I seem to get stuck on themes. I try to stagger them so I don't post the same thing over and over. Thankfully, I create something nearly  everyday and have lots of projects in reserve.

I have only one baby collection, which is my old standby Echo Park Bundle of Joy... love this!!!

I cut the leaves using Spellbinders Foliage and mixed them in with these I Am Roses flowers in varying shades of yellow, mustard and lime. I adore these cute chipboard pieces... the hanging baby clothes, the snail and It's A Boy!

Now back to my thoughts on outside jobs... I really think I'll head out to the garage and see if the hedge cutter will work after a long winter's rest.

Thank you for stopping by... and have a wonderful day!


Audrey Pettit said...

Awww, this is so adorable, Linda! Love this color combo and love all your layers and details. That little clothesline is just the cutest thing!

Tracy said...

hee hee That little snail is so cute and I love the little clothes line too. That's a great paper collections Linda. :-)

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