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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Shaped Baby Cards by Kathy


I have a pair of lovely baby cards for you today. Our Designer, Kathy Racoosin, created these using Shapeabilities Dies in her Cuttlebug Machine. Shaped cards are so fun to receive in the mail, don't you think?



You can see that Kathy also treated the inside of the card, using all three stickers from SRM Quick Cards Sets;



Kathy used the little black dots that surround the baby feet image as a guide for stitching with embroidery floss - brilliant!






SRM Stickers Quick Cards sets were used to create these stunning cards;










Thanks for the visit -- be sure to drop by tomorrow for a special St. Patrick's day tutorial and bonus card!


jenyfur


12 comments:

Danielle said...

These are adorable!!! Ok..I have to buy some :D Off to shop!!

Amy Heller said...

GOR-GEOUS!!! Love these Kathy!

Amy Heller said...

GOR-GEOUS!!! Love these Kathy!

beckyjune said...

These are so fabulous, and I love how you finished off the inside, too.

Virginia L. said...

Such a set of original and creative baby cards with stickers! Gorgeous design and attention to details! Love them!

BonnieRose said...

absolutely stunning!

Molly said...

Wow! Faboo!

~Molly

Deirdre said...

Stunning work as usual Kathy - amazing cards. Jenyfur - looking forward to what you do on St Patrick's Day....

Handmade Creations by Stephanie said...

So sweet love what you did with these stickers!!!

Tracey said...

Kathy ROCKS!!!!! Always amazing!! LOVE your cards!!

carole~ish said...

SUCH a clever idea, kathy!!
you're amazing!!

sanjeet said...

Love these Kathy!
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