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Welcome New Baby
 
WOOHOO, there's a new baby coming!  My neighbors are welcoming a new baby this summer and I am soooo excited.  Before heading over for a wine and cheese night with a few of our friends I made them a card.  I kept the card masculine as I understand baby on the way is a boy:)
 


I just got these adorable straws from SMS and the they go perfect with the new SMS pinwheel die. 
TH Tiny Tags was a perfect fit for Mini Messages stamp celebrate.


The due date is the 16th so gluing it to the pinwheel die made it more personal. 

Special Delivery stamps set from SMS fit's perfect for the inside.  It's all blinged out to match the front.

To check out Mini Messages or Special Delivery click HERE.  While you are there take a look at some twine, wobbles, bags or straws to inspire your next project!
 
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  1. Great pinwheel card. I sure do like that you added the due date as the center piece.

    Happy Earth Day,
    Georgiana
    Carson's Creations

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  2. Cute card

    Rosiemini@gmail.com
    Www.scaplovingminis.blogspotcom

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  3. Oh wow this is absolutely amazing and I am loving the pinwheel! xx

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  4. OMGosh so cute! I love the 16 on the center of the pinwheel. :D

    -Mel

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  5. Soo cute Nicole..Love your girlfriends card too!
    ♥Tammy

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