Showing posts with label something for baby. Show all posts
Showing posts with label something for baby. Show all posts

June 30, 2016

Throwback Thursday - Too Cute for Words!

Hi there! Happy Thursday! I hope you’re all enjoying your summer so far. I’m just keeping busy, busy, busy! Today, I want to share with you a little of a “Throwback Thursday” project. It’s a mix of new and retired product, but so cute! You see, I was asked to create a cute invitation for my God-daughters up coming baby shower. I know right, how could I possibly be old enough to have a God-daughter that’s old enough to have a baby? To answer that, I’m not sure, but apparently time flew by while I wasn’t looking and my God baby grew up and is almost 22 years old! Anyhoo, here it is:



                Stamps: Sweet Li’l One – Retired

                                Something For Baby

                                Date Time Place – Retired

                Ink:         Blushing Bride

                                Basic Black Archival

                Tools:    Big Shot

                                Baby’s First Framelits

                                Fast Fuse Adhesive

                Accessories: Doilies

                                         Medium Whisper White Envelopes


I hope you enjoyed seeing a mix of current and retired product come together to create an adorable invitation for someone very special to me. If you have any questions regarding this project, please feel free to reach out to me in the comments below. I look forward to hearing your thoughts!

Happy Stamping,

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