Hi, I´m just here a quickie today to show you the second card I made for my hubbys coworker Jeanette. The first one was the weddingcard I posted yesterday and as I told you then she also ordered a baptism card for a little girl. She will be given the name Wilma. :) Cute ha?
I decided to go with a shaker card as I wanted to make something extra. You probably all remember the very inspirational shaker card Lillemor had published in Magnolia Ink magazine this autumn using this stamp. Gorgoues! I think it´s a splendid idea for a baptism card. :)
I´m entering this card in the current sketch challenge with the very talanted ladies over at Sketchy colors. Ellen is the maker of this very inspiring sketch:
Made by Ellen
Over at the stunning challenge blog Sukkersött it´s all about making a project that includes these three ingridients: lace, pearls and flowers :) I thought that sounded pretty fun so I decided to join in :)
Papers: light peach and pink cs from Bazill basics, Patterned papers from my absolute favorite collection right now from Graphic 45: Bride and baby. Love them!
Stamps: personal stamp on the back from Whimsy stamps, Magnolia baby stamp from Cozy Autumn collection 2010, on the inside a sentiment from Inkido.
Tools: all edges is distressed with TH distresser tool and vintage photo, all edges is also sewn. Nesties petite oval + scalloped petite ovals and classic circles and scalloped circles from Spellbinders, Magnolia Doo Hickey die Dragonfly, heart edger puch from MS.
Embellies: alphabet stickers from Making memories (says On your baptism day), pink thickers, flowers from WOC and Magnolia, black rhinestoneswirl from Prima and bling from Magnolia, pearls inside the shaker box from Panduro, stickles star dust from Ranger on the stamped image.
Inked with distressers on 300g watercolorpaper.