Pretty Pink Posh – Baby (It’s a Girl!)

Hi friends. Today, I’m sharing another “It’s a Girl” baby card using products from Pretty Pink Posh. I used several products to make this card (and many colors of cardstock!)

To begin, I cut strips from six colors of cardstock.

Cardstock Strips: The Stamp Market Blush Pink and Bubblegum, Altenew Rouge, Papertrey Ink Sweet Blush and Berry Sorbet, and Lawn Fawn Raspberry.

On a scrap piece of 80# cardstock I laid down an adhesive sheet and then placed the cut strips of cardstock on the adhesive. Once finished, I used the Baby die from the Baby coordinating die set die cut.

I stamped critters from several sets using MFT Cement Gray ink and colored with Copic markers: Baby stamp set, Bunny Friends stamp set, Elephant Friends stamp set, Woodland Critters stamp set, and Little One stamp set.

Copic: W5, W3, W2, W1, W0, 0, R24, R22, R21, R20, R00, E33, E11, E51.

Using the Pinkfresh Studio Slim Stitched Rectangle die set to cut a background for my slimline card. I then inked that panel in The Stamp Market inks in Blush Pink and Bubblegum using the Clouds stencil. I used an ink refill for the Blush Pink to spatter pink dots on top of the background and then did the same with a Light Gold Acrylic ink.

I created a card base using Papertrey Ink Sweet Blush cardstock and adhered the background panel to it with a tape runner. I used foam squares on the B A B Y die cuts and adhered them to the panel. The critters and accessories I adhered using either thin foam squares or tape runner.

To embellish, I used Gold Mini Star Confetti and some enamel dots from The Stamp Market.

Thanks for stopping by!

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