Sunday, May 16, 2010

OLW4: Baby Moments

I hope you're having a wonderful weekend so far! I decided to take a break from working on cards to fulfill Geno's order and show you a little card I created for Susan Raihala's One-Layer Wednesday. This week's challenge is to use ribbon. I knew I didn't want to use ribbon in the usual way of tying it around the card so how about an itty bitty bow?

Baby Firsts is one of my favourite Stampin' Up sets and I never tire of the adorable images. When I mention crafting to my son, he loves to exclaim, "Baby! Baby?" Let's just say that I've let him play with these blocks a few times. He loves to stack the babies but when he starts throwing them wildly I have to take them away. :) Anyway, back to my card which represents sudden toddler tantrums. Heehee! I so wanted to leave it completely black and white when I finished stamping. It looked great the way it was! In the end, I decided to add colour to the screamer just to make it fun.

Sources: GinaK 120lb pure luxury white cardstock; SU Baby Firsts; PTI Inside & Out: Baby; Memento Tuxedo Black ink; Copics; Offray ribbon; SU Crystal Effects

11 comments:

Heather said...

Oooo, love it. The images are adorable and your placement and colouring are just perfect. Hev:)

Tejal said...

Absolutely perfect...Love the little bow and the quote seems perfect...

Super card!
Tejal

Susie said...

Very sweet and adorable card.

Lauralee said...

This is so cute!!! What a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

Sunghee said...

this is awwwwwwwwesome!

Dallas said...

This is SOOOOOO sweet and I love the tantrum baby being in a different colour ~ just sets him or her off in a very big way :o)

mustavcoffee said...

Brilliant card, I love the screamer!!

Susan Raihala said...

How fun is that! Great little bow...very CAS!

Angela said...

This one makes me chuckle -- cute and sweet (and very cool way to add a riboon!).

Lindsey said...

Your card made me laugh out loud -- and of course the tantrum-thrower got coloured in! Tantrums always get the most attention! :P

kasia c. said...

So super cute! I agree, ading colour to the screamer was a great idea!