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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Rock-a-bye-baby

Thanks to all of you who expressed good wishes for Dad and his miracle. I still worry for him because at 90 years old, anything could happen. Not to say that nothing would happen to you at any age. It's so comforting for me to know that I have so many friends out there who shared their love and concern. You guys mean the world to me.
Today, my baby turns 15 years old. It's hard for me to believe how fast time flies. I can still remember the day he was born and because girls run in our family (I have 2 sisters, and they have 2 girls each), I thought I was having a girl...we didn't know what to expect with a boy, LOL!
On to my card! I'm sharing another card that we made at the class. We used square punches and cut them in half for the sailboat and also the 1 3/4" circle punch and cut it it half. The "water" was created with a sponge. We used the top note die and the lots of dots embossing folder to add texture to the not quite navy cardstock. A taffeta bow added the finishing touch. The sentiment came from the Nursery Necessities stamp set. Here's the inside...the foot came from a retired set, but I love this foot!
The kits are all done (thanks to some help from Joy!) except for me putting on the foam tape on the shaker card. I couldn't think of a better way to mail the foam tape strips with the kit except to put it on the card for you, so as soon as they are affixed, I will mail the kits. The photos should help you assemble the cards as they are all stamped and pieces are ready to go.
Thanks again for stopping by today!

10 comments:

donna mikasa said...

adorable baby card! love the geometric shapes for the sailboat! happy birthday to your son!

Corie said...

This is so fabulous -- the perfect baby card!!

Corie said...

So glad to hear that your dad is doing well -- I'll keep you all in my thoughts and prayers -- and keep my fingers crossed that everything stays OK.

Big hugs,
Corie

Joy said...

you are going to do it! stick and prepare each shaker card! I know...have fun then! lol! happy birthday to Nolan! holy cow! I better tease him on how old he is! OLD FART! hahaha! I can tell him with all that digging I have saved some "goodies" for him for his birthday! eeeewwwuuuu!!!! hope you are having a good day!

Brenda said...

I love how you put that little footprint in your card. I really need to start decorating the insides of my cards. Happy birthday Nolan!

1LuvnMama said...

Oh my goodness! Your baby boy is turning out to be a grown adult! I can't fathom what it'll be like when my kiddies hit the teen years . . . I have to shackle them down for sure! :) Great baby boy card and you can always count on Joy for help. She's a ball of energy! :)

Rita said...

So glad to hear about your dad's good news, I'm so happy for you & your entire family. Keep him busy because that helps soooo much.

Happy birthday to Nolan! Enjoy him while you can they grow up way toooo fast as you know. I really miss having them around the house.

I luv your card! Great idea for the boat...I'll have to give that a try, thanks for sharing.

Jen said...

this one is darling too! love it's simplicity!

hugs,
jen

Colleen said...

This one is very cute too. :)

eunice said...

Super creative with the paper pieced sailboat, Teri! I love that you made this with just a few punches and it turned out looking so darned cute!
And hey, that baby foot stamp is so neat!