Today is a cutie card using Sugar pea designs stamps . This stamp set is versatile as it can be used for new home, for baby on the way.

I chose the teal color as its my new favorite and can be used for baby boy or baby girl cards!

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Its a regular A2 size card (4.25″x5.5″) ;  card panel black 4″X5.25″, argyle design paper 3.75″x5.5″ , Black die cut drawn with oval die and fuzzy cut, white oval die cut stamped with stamp ,colored with copics, and edges inked with peacock feathers distress ink. This is mounted on the card panel with 3d foam dots over a stripe of black cardstock and teal ribbon.

Yellow ribbon tied to a teal button and mounted with foam dot.

Close up show the stickles – which makes the dress and hairband pretty.

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Sentiment stamped in right upper corner of card.

Aint it pretty? I m in love with this little bird and the ruffle dress.

I m working on the inside of the card nowadays. This is how the inside looks:

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Black die cut handdrawn with the ovals large and fuzzy cut, white die cut colored with peacock feathers distress ink, and the sentiment is stamped in parts .

Supplies used:

Stamps: Sugar pea designs Tweet Friend

Paper: Robin blue bazzill cardstock, neenah solar white cardstock, black cardstock, argyle pattern paper from Joanns

Ink : Memento tuxedo black ink, peacock feathers distress ink Copics – E27, 0 for tree, E25 and E40 for nest with colorless blender , E40 for egg, YG17 for leaf ,Y17, Y15 for all the yellow and bird, BG11, BG13 for the dress , R24 for heart, E21 for skin, RV13 for cheek blush

Misc: Nestabilities classic ovals large , Teal button, yellow twine from doodlebug, teal satin ribbon , yellow stickles for dress and hairband

Have a good weekend!



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