Hello Baby !!!

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1. Using the Accordion Rectangle die cut 4 accordion rectangle pages using lilac cardstock and 2 using pattern paper.

2.-Add the to panels of patterned paper in the second and fourth panel. 

3.-Place your 4 pages in front of you with all tabs facing to the right, adhere pages together using Transparent Double-Sided Adhesive. Trim the long side tab from the rectangle accordion pages.

4. Adhere Transparent Double-Sided Adhesive sheets on a piece of dark lilac pattern paper, big enough to die cut 2 pieces using the Brick die. Use this pieces as a background in two of the panels.

5. Stamp sentiment on watercolor paper using black dye ink. Using the accessory label from the Katie Label die, cut out sentiment. 

6.-Apply Transparent Double-Sided Tape to white cardstock. Transfer the outline of Buddies peel-off to the adhesive side and, using the glitter coloring technique, add Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter to peel-off and color. Carefully cut around Buddies using Fine Pointed Scissors.

7. Die cut the sentiment “Baby Girl” in Black Velvet Adhesive using the Alphabet die.

8.- Die cut a bubble message in patterned paper and the “Hello” message in Black Velvet Adhesive using the decorative pieces from the accordion rectangle. 


ECD Designers’ Challenge – Baby

This month’s Designers’ Challenge from Elizabeth Craft Designs is dedicated to our little ones.

Here is my project:

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1. Cut a  8 1/2” x 8 1/2” piece of brown cardstock, create a score line as shown in the picture below and fold in half

2. Using  the decorative tag die from Tags & More 8 – Lattice: cut the top of the card.

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3. Cut:

  • Two 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ pieces and One 7/8″ x 2 1/2″ using cream cardstock
  • One 1 3/4″ x 2 3/8″ piece using brown cardstock
  • One 2 3/4″ x 2 3/4″ and One that is 2 1/4″ x 2 1/4″ using a pink patterned paper.
  • Apply Double sided adhesive tape to white cardstock and cut Two 5/8″ x 2 1/4″ Pieces.

4. Die cut One tag using cream cardstock and Two bows using brown cardstock

Refer to following picture for the measurements and the colors used:

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5. Lightly ink the edges of the tag using: Frayd Buriar Distress Ink.

6. Die cut an Eiffel tower using pink paper. Use the Eiffel tower die as a stencil to color in the decorative pattern onto the Eiffel tower cut out.

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7. Using one of the decorative pieces from Tags and more 7 – Vine: Die cut a piece using brown cardstock, and using our fine point scissors, transform this piece into a hanger.

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8. To create the dress, use a decorative piece from the oval accordion as shown in the following picture.

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9. Once you have cut the rounded bottom using the oval accordion die. Make two small score lines as shown.

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10.- Cut a diagonal line connecting the top of the score line with the corner of the bottom of the paper. Then repeat on the opposite side.

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11.- Using one of the decorative piece from Tags & More 2 – Deco: Create the neck of the dress.

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12.- Now the dress is ready for assembly.

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13. Die cut “it’s a girls” using one of the pieces of white cardstock with double sided adhesive. Remove the protective paper of the adhesive and apply Peony Pink Silk Microfine Glitter.

15. On our other piece of white cardstock with the double sided adhesive expose the adhesive to attach the “it’s a girl”. Finally, apply the warm Silk Microfine Glitter, and polish the piece.

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16. With all of the pieces ready, assemble the card.

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Elizabeth Craft Designs Supplies:

978 Eiffel Tower Pop Stand

763 Tags

911 Props 1

772 Accordion Oval Card

961 Tags & More 8 – Lattice

960 Tags & More 7 – Vine

952 Tags & More 2 – Deco

969 It’s a Boy/Girl

502 Transparent Double Sided Tape Sheet – 8.5″ x 11″ – 5 pack

639 Warm Diamond – Silk Microfine Glitter

616 Peony Pink – Silk Microfine Glitter

802 Fine Pointed Scissors

1016 Lines Gold

Other Supplies:

Card stock: Brown, cream and white

Patterned Paper

Frayd Buriar Distress Ink

Congratulations Stamp