One of my daughter's long-time, best friends had her first baby recently...it's a boy! She was eight days overdue, and they were considering inducing her if she didn't get busy over that week-end on her own. Guess what, it seemed the baby heard the ultimatum, and a trip to the hospital began at the crack of dawn that Monday morning, and it was apparent this new little person was on his way! This coincided nicely with a challenge at the Shabby Tea Room #206, so I decided to play along. Here is the inspiration photo for the challenge.
For information regarding the Shabby Tea Room Challenge #206 and to see my entry, click on the link below: http://theshabbytearoom.blogspot.com/2014/02/week-206-baby-shower-party.html
I volunteered to make a baby card for my daughter to send welcoming this little guy into the world. I've so enjoyed making the sunburst rays background card for my niece's birthday last month, and I just had to make one more and with the machine stitching added on this one. I found a cute little colored digital image online, which I dropped into PaintShop Pro to clean it up and reshade here and there. I then began looking for blue and green papers to compliment his room colors. After my search was underway, I remembered that I had bought a DCWV stack full of little boy papers, and guess what...the whole pad was in blues and greens! I was stoked and ready to begin. I've just finished and my daughter rejuvenated her long unused poetry talents for the inside verse. We hope Sarah likes her little guy's welcoming card shown below.
Recipe: Papers: Recollections-Cape Cod pack-periwinkle/base; Frances Meyer-Baby Boy; DCWV-Baby Boy Stack. Spellbinders Scallop Rectangles LG, Classic Rectangles SM. Stampin'Up punch: Modern Label. EK punch: Fancy Corners. Stash: 5/8" Baby Blue Satin ribbon, 3/4" White Crochet Lace. Vintage online digital color image. Computer-made sentiment (Font: Christine). Machine stitching.