Sunday, June 15, 2014

hello baby


here is another card that I would like to show you.

It was quite hard to photograph the "hello baby" sentiment. That's why I have some close-ups for you:


The card turned out to be very subtle but also very sweet. My main inspirations for this card were the Muse Challenge #71, the Color Throwdown Challenge #296 and the Curtain Call Challenge: Sweet Pea. I used four layers of the same cut - three from blue/pink cardstock and one from patterned paper with sweet little flowers. I puzzled the letters back into that same patterned paper. The stars serve as an extra embellishment made from three layers of cardstock and one layer of patterned paper with clear Wink of Stella on top. As a final touch, I added some neutral twine and the card was done.

I would like to link this card up to the following challenges:

Muse Challenge #71

Color Throwdown #296

Moving along with the Times - Keep it clean and simple

Curtain Call Inspiration Challenge: Sweet Pea

Here is my list of supplies:
Simple Stories - Hello Baby 6x6 Paper Pad 

Thanks for visiting.



  1. Great combination of these challenges! I love the pretty flowers and the subtle sentiment! So glad you joined us at Muse!

  2. Your card is perfect for all three challenges - love the sentiment is almost hidden looking at the card straight on, but so clear from even a slight angle!

  3. Tanja, I love the seamlessness (not sure if that is a word, lol) of your hello and baby. I had to look twice. They follow with the paper perfectly!

  4. Adorable. So glad you played along with us at curtain call.

  5. This is just sooo gorgeous, love how the words are nearly hidden, they are such a sweet surprise.

  6. Love both of your cards...using the same colored paper for the sentiment created such an awesome design!!!! Thanks for joining us for the Color Throwdown Challenge!!!!

  7. Super card Tanja, thanks for playing along with our 'CAS' Challenge @ MAWTT this week.
    Happy Crafting
    Carole xXx


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