Hi Chick! - Welcome Baby card by Tanja

March 24, 2020

Hi Chick! - Welcome Baby card by Tanja

Hi there,

it's Tanja here and I used the Gerda Steiner Designs Chicks and Bunnies set to create this Welcome Baby Card with a neutral color combination:

  • stamp the hen, the hatching chick and the eggs from the Gerda Steiner Designs Chicks and Bunnies set with Lawn Fawn Crunchy Leaf 
  • color the images with Spectrum Noir Triblend Markers and add some speckles with a white gel pen and a grey and brown fineliner
  • cut out a stitched panel from Gmund Beer Paper Weizen 
  • add color through a circle mask with the help of Distress Oxide Ink (Candied Apple, Ripe Persimmon, Fossilized Amber)
  • cut out the Create a Smile Focal from that colored circle
  • stamp the sentiment from the same set with Versafine Clair Fallen Leaves
  • adhere the element and add a kraft-colored oval shadow underneath them
  • layer a piece of kraft cardstock behind the circle before adhering the panel to an off white cardbase
I hope you got inspired.
Hugs,



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