Monday, June 21, 2021

Oh Baby!

Another baby being born in our family. I wish it was one of my grandchildren having it but it is my sister-in-law Sharon's granddaughter. This will be her second little girl due any time now. I used a Lawn Fawn Frame and paper from The Paper Studio called Sweet Pea. It is a very old paper pad. I used all the cut a parts and  pattern paper. I love how it turned out.




Be kind to one another.




13 comments:

  1. What fabulous papers and one thoughtful and wonderful 'Baby' card Brenda x.

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  2. Totally adorable card, Brenda! Bet Sharon is excited! Give her a hug from me when you see her!

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  3. Sweet card. You showcased those papers really well.

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  4. As sweet as a new baby girl, Brenda! Hope you get to cuddle her.

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  5. Perfect design for a little baby girl. I need one myself soon as we are expecting a new granddaughter the end of July so this is very inspirational to me.

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  6. Adorable card for the upcoming addition to the family, Brenda. Sweet patterned paper! xx

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  7. Awww...super sweet baby girl card! Congrats to all in the family! Tell Sharon I say, "Hi", and give her a hug from me!

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  8. adorable Brenda, love the windows with all the baby items :)

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  9. It has to make you feel good to use up this adorable baby paper pad! Congrats on the new addition to your family and what a sweet way to welcome a new baby with a darling little card!

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  10. What a sweet and beautiful baby card Brenda! The papers you used are beautiful and I love it when they can do most of the work for us. Congrats on having a new sweet baby girl coming to the family! I hope you get to enjoy her as well as cuddle her. Hugs, Brenda

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  11. Oh this card is so adorable! Well, as long as you are keeping the babies in the family, it is all good and they all bring such joy! We are sure enjoying our little peanut!

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  12. A sweet card Brenda, lovely papers and images.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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