Baby Love



Hello!  What a fantastic Friday - Me and the hubby had the day off today and while he was doing some maintenance on my car this morning, I hid out in my craft room finishing up all my Father's Day cards!  Oh how I love the way they turned out, can't wait to show you what I put together....can't show them yet since some of my family members read my blog and my Inkin' It Up with Kendra FB page.  I'll post them in a few days.....
 
Until then here is a supah cute card that I made for a card order.....I LOVE making baby cards (I don't get to make them enough) they are just so stinkin' cute.  I used the Lots to Say stampset from Reverse Confetti - I use these sentiments a lot, they are just the bomb! 
 
On another note, I'm soooo excited about my Guest Design Team spot for Kraftin Kimmie Stamps - I'll be making my appearance for the July releases......can't wait for that Happy Mail to hit my mailbox.
 
I'll be back in a day or two to share a few more cards - gonna spend some time with my love and watch movies!
 
Supplies:
MFT Dienamics:   Scallop Doily Duo, Blueprints 14
Stamps: Reverse Confetti Lots to Say
MFT Cardstock:  Smooth White, Pink Lemonade, Razzleberry
Accessories: Bakers Twine, Sequins, Memento Black Ink, MFT Sweetooth Buttons
 


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I am 45, with 2 grown daughters and a gorgeous grandson. I'm also married to the most amazing man. I work as an Office Manager for a Hospice agency. I started stamping and papercrafting over 12 years ago. I would never have dreamed then that I would now be in the company of some of the best stampers out there and had the honor of being able to be on some wonderful design teams! This blog will feature my creations and a few tidbits about my life!

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