Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Baby Tag With Kraft Envelope

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     Pinquette Mary here to share a little Hope and Faith and my first Virtual Baby Shower, lol. Yup, you heard that right: a virtual Baby Shower! How amazing is this technology? Anyways, I decided to use some amazing Pinque Peacock products to create this sorta slide card. Actually it is a tag with the Kraft envelope but hey, I created it so I can call it what I want, right? Let's take a look:

     Hee, hee. Isn't he cute? I went through my stash and knew I had this baby crawling around somewhere! I know this is on one of my Cricut carts but for the life of me I can't remember which one, lol. If I had to guess I would say Baby Steps. I used some Fun Flock for his hair. Do you have any of this? If you do now is the time to pull it out. It is perfect for those Easter projects for bunnies as well as chicks.This blue felt popper is just what I needed for my pull out tag and it adds to the texture on this baby's tuft of hair. I love these kraft envelopes that Jessica sells in the store. I bet you are just dying to see the tag aren't you?

     Since our theme this month was about Faith, I thought this saying was perfect since who doesn't have Faith when they see a new baby? Just so you don't turn on your head reading this here is what it says: "The world shines bright with endless possibilities each time a child is born." The Baby blocks are from Mini Monograms. I had made a lot of these from leftover scraps and keep them on hand for a quick card. (Yes, I have them in pink as well!). I also forgot that I have a lot of Rub Ons as well as vellum quotes so I thought it was time to pull those out as well. Jessica also has beautiful stick pins as well as fabric covered buttons in the Shop right on Facebook.
     You can find these versatile envelopes HERE in the Store as well as these great felt poppers.
     For all my friends down South be safe and heed the warnings. Ice is not fun! for my friends here in the North East- hunker down, it's going to be snowy!!! While you are stuck inside you can always checkout the rest of the details on this project over at my blog: