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Baby Shower Card and Winner

BABY CARD AND SOME WINNERS!
 
I sill have more Baby Shower goodies to show you from the other days POST.  Of course I made a card with matching paper to the Wall Decor hanging I made.  I kept the card a 5x5 card and layered with the pinks.  The card does match "another" thing I made for the Nursery but you'll have to wait to see that post. 
 

I used grunge board and my Big Die Word Play for the "BABY".  Then cut again with brown card stock to create a shadow.  Using some white crackle paint I painted the letters.  The thicker the paint the more crack you get.

I stamped Scrappy Moms Stamps Special Delivery set, Sweet Beginnings for the sentiment.  I added a postage stamp for fun.

I inked all the paper and letters with Victorian Velvet Distress Ink.

Here is my Wall Hanging I made with matching paper.  Click HERE to see more photo's if you missed it.

I did not attend the Shower.  However, I understand they loved it.

WINNER TIME

Thanks to everyone that left me a comment on my Mid Summer Giveaway post.

As chosen by Random.org...here goes!

Winner #1 of the 10 Simply Betty Stamps Digi's
Beth

Winner #2 of the 10 Simply Betty Stamps Digi's
Nicole

Winner #3 of the Robotz Cricut Cartridge from CNS
Totally Pink

Thanks to everyone that popped in and helped spread the word about Betty and her Family.
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Comments

  1. Your "Baby" card is so cute and girly but true to your crafting point of view! Love it.

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  2. Thank you so much! (I've emailed you).

    I LOVE your card and I bet they loved the gift, it's seriously cute xx

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  3. That's a great birthday card! I love that die...I just got it, but have yet to use it...can't wait though :)

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  4. what great projects!
    Congrats to the winners!

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  5. Congrats to the winners and WOW what an awesome card - its beautiful. TFS

    http://karonskraftykorner.blogspot.ca/

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  6. nicole your cards are just fabbie as usual! the wall hanging is FABULOUS!!!!

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  7. The card is as great as the letter wall hanging. Can not wait to see what else you made. Congrats to the winners.

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  8. Love everything about this card. Pink with the brown, one of my favourite color combos.

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