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Apr 06, 2016 Hero Arts Info

Today I'm sharing a baby card.  I'm a huge fan of gender neutral colors, how about you?

Congratulations by Amy Tsuruta for Hero Arts

Let's start from the bottom and work up. The fun [hero_product_link sku="CG687" text="Alphabet Soup Bold Prints"] is a great base for a baby card. I inked it up with [hero_product_link sku="AF207" text="Butter Bar Shadow Ink"]. The [hero_product_link sku="A6152" text="Little Turtle"] and [hero_product_link sku="A6153" text="Little Hippo"] are so cute stamped in the ombre inks!

congratulations close up 2 by Amy Tsuruta for Hero Arts

I love shaker cards and filled mine with yellow sequins. There are different ways of making shakers. This time I upcycled plastic packaging from a stamp set. I generally use heavy weight acetate but thought I would give the plastic wrap a try. It works but I much prefer acetate. I think shakers in general are a challenge to photograph, the plastic wrap is much more persnickety.

Congratulations close up by Amy Tsuruta for Hero Arts

The [hero_product_link sku="C6145" text="Congratulations"] sentiment has been stamped with [hero_product_link sku="AF246" text="Mint Julep Shadow Ink"].

I couldn't help but sneak in some gold glitter card stock touches in my design. Nothing says baby like a shaker + glitter!

Have a terrific Wednesday!




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