I saw the recent challenge on The Paper Players which was Buttons and Bows for baby. It made me think of the card that I made for my Cousin when he had his son last year.
I started out by stamping the rattle and two sentiments from the Papertrey Ink stamp set Baby Button Bits onto a piece of cream cardstock using Versafine Onyx Black ink. I found a button that was the right colour and size for the centre of the rattle and sewed it on. I then matted the cream cardstock with a piece of baby blue cardstock and added a rhinestone to each of the corners to finish my focal image.
Next I trimmed a piece of white cardstock slightly smaller than my card base and embossed just the bottom portion with the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder. I then wrapped some blue striped ribbon around the cardstockand tied it into a bow as I wanted to cover the join where the embossing started. I die cut a tag using a JustRite custom Spellbingers die and stamped the baby's name onto it using JustRite alphabet stamps. I sewed on a small silver dummy charm and the tag underneath the bow. I adhered my white panel onto my cream card base using a Tombow Mono adhesive tape runner. To finish the card I attached my focal panel with dimentional foam adhesive.
I am entering this card into The Paper Players Buttons and Bows for Baby Challenge and Simon Says Stamp and Show Metal-ology Challenge.
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Supplies: Papertrey Ink Baby Button Bits stamp set, Inspire Me Paper, JustRite custom Spellbinders dies, JustRite alphabet stamps, Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder, Cuttlebug button, ribbon, rhinestones, silver dummy charm, Versafine Onyx Black ink, Tombow Mono Adhesive tape runner