Baby, Techniques & Tutorials

Welcome Baby Jackson Side Step Card

Something for Baby Side Step Card #stampinup

Dear Crafters,

Today I used the Something for Baby stamp set with the coordinating Baby’s First Framelits to create a card for a new baby boy, Jackson!

The base card is Soft Sky and the drawers are Marina Mist, and I sponged the edges with Marina Mist ink. The knobs of th drawers are the 1/8″ Mini Silver Brads.

This is a side step card which folds flat to fit into a standard C6 envelope. I saw a similar card on Queen B Creations website, although I changed up my dimensions to use an A5 card, so I can make 2 cards from 1 sheet of A4 paper without wastage!

The Decorative Label punch was used to create the bottom of the dresser.

The pram and the duck were stamped with stampin’ inkpads then die cut with the coordinating framelits. I coloured the third image using Stampin Write Markers from the Brights Pack. The name was stamped using the Back to Basics Alphabet stamp set, which is Photopolymer so I could see exactly where I was stamping each letter to line them up!

Something for Baby Side Step Card #stampinup

How cute are these little booties sticking out of the drawers?!

Please leave a comment below if you like my card today.


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