Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Baby Cards and Window Cards

So I was talking to friends on CDAC...and I told them that I would post some pics of some Baby Shower invitations that I had done up. So here they are.
I did this one so that it looks like you are inside looking out the window on a nice summer's day.

These are the three sample cards I did for a lady that was wanting Invitations for a baby shower.
The first one is a "traditional" type of card with the baby booties.

Since we didn't know the sex of the baby at this time I just went with a pastel green and yellow cs with some embossing for emellishments.
This card has a little onesie that pulls out, with Tigger and Pooh stamped and colored on it.

The baby came for the last one I actually knew the sex of the baby. This last card is the one that my customer went for.

I loved the idea of the onesie, so I made this one big enough to put the information in. And since I didn't like my own writing on the first onesie card, I decided to just stamp "It's a Boy" on it instead. And since we knew he was a boy, I was able to taylor the colors more. I used blue, yellow and orange cs to tie in with the colors of Tigger and Pooh. At the shoulder I used yellow and orange eyelets to mimic the snaps on a onesie. The images were stamped on and heat embossed and then colored in.


Sara I. said...

Charlene!!! Love, love, love the baby bootie card -did you emboss the backgroun??! Phenomenal work on the onesies cards - couldn't be any cuter especially with Tigger and Pooh! Love what you did with the window one, too - looks like so much work, but you nailed it!

PresentStorm said...

Wow girl.. these are all super cute! I really like the stained glass window looking one.. The baby one with the clear embossed BG and the onsies are adorable. You really put in some fab detail to these. It is a shame they went unused. Thank you for sharing.. they are very inspiring.

Charlene said...

Thank you Sara and Tracy

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