Jenn’s Little Prince Card

Happy Friday Fawnatics friends! This is the last weekend for the Oh Baby challenge and we have a fantastic new challenge coming your way starting on Monday! But first Jenn has the cutest new baby card, made using Hello Baby, to share with us!

Jenn created a sweet card to welcome a new baby boy with a fun image from Hello Baby! The background is Itsy Bitsy Polka Dot Backdrop layered over Four-leaf Clover Watercolor Wishes paper. The soft green shade coordinates with the cute frog prince and his lily pad stamped in Freshly Cut Grass ink!

For the greeting Jenn die cut Oliver’s Stitched ABCs from more Four-leaf Clover paper to spell out hello and paired it with the “little prince” sentiment stamped in more Freshly Cut Grass ink. She stamped the stars in Sunflower ink to coordinate with the little prince’s crown!

Thanks so much, Jenn for this sweet inspiration!

Challenge 77 – Oh Baby will be open until Sunday May 31st at 11:59PM ET. We can’t wait to see all the cute baby-themed projects in the gallery!

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Samantha’s Little Bundle Card

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Samantha joins us today to inspire you for our Challenge 77 – Oh Baby! Her Little Bundle card is simply adorable!

Samantha’s sweet design has a dreamy look with her amazing ink blended sky! She colored the images from Little Bundle and Starry Backdrops with Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers.

How sweet is that machine-stitched clothesline and the cute little birds holding it up!

Thank you so much for sharing your adorable inspiration with us today, Samantha!

The Oh Baby challenge will be open until Sunday May 31st at 11:59PM ET.

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Christy’s Cute Fox Baby Card

Hey friends, it’s Christy here with another card for our Oh Baby! Challenge. This time I wanted to do a unisex card for those occasions where you might not know the gender yet, or even just want to have a stash of baby cards made up in advance that will work either way. So I stuck to shades of orange, yellow, and green — there’s a tiny bit of blue in the sky, and a tiny blush of pink on mama’s cheek. And I think everyone loves foxes, so they’re a great image to use to keep things gender neutral as well.

I combined a whole bunch of sets on today’s card, including Jump for Joy, On the Beach, Mom + Me, Butterfly Kisses, Critters in the Burbs, and Reveal Wheel Spring Sentiments. Whew! Isn’t it awesome how Lawn Fawn sets all just work so well together?

I started by coloring my images with Copic markers and trimming them out with the matching dies. Then I die cut the Meadow Backdrop: Landscape out of Bristol Smooth Surface Cardstock and keeping the whole thing together, ink blended Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink over the Cloudy Stencil to create the sky. Then I popped out the inner sky piece and ink blended Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn onto the grass panels. I also added a little splatter effect to give the panel a little something extra.

In the top right corner of the sky I stamped my sentiment with Black Licorice Ink. I created a card base from Sticky Note cardstock and adhered the background to  it with liquid glue. Then I added my images to create the cute little scene with mama fox playing with her new baby on her tummy and daddy fox coming over to join in the fun!

If you’d like to see how this card came together, you can find the video tutorial on my YouTube channel, Christy Gets Crafty. And you still have plenty of time to play along in our challenge and help celebrate the birth of Kelly Marie and Mike’s very own bundle of joy!

The Oh Baby challenge will be open until Sunday, May 31st at 11:59PM ET. We can’t wait to see your amazing creativity!

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