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Monkey Business

Hello

Firstly thank you to all the people who left me some 'comment love' for the Blog Hop and my Just Add Ink 'Top Pick'.  I was very chuffed to be chosen by the lovely ladies at Just Add Ink last week.

Today is a quick post with a card for a new arrival - baby Tom, the new son of a work colleague.  A few months ago you may remember that I designed some Birth Announcement cards.  I made a couple at the time with a view to finishing the rest in plenty of time before the baby arrived.  Well Tom arrived last week so I have scrambled to finish them off and get them posted before he turns 21!  Here is a picture of the Announcement Cards and matching box:

Box_Card_Both_Sides

I decided to change the 'B' for Baby to 'T' for Tom, to personalise them a bit more.  This is the matching card I made today using the same colours and the now retired 'Washington Apple' DSP.  The monkey has been stamped in Versamark for the background which is a bit difficult to see. Another monkey has been stamped in Pumpkin Pie, cut out and popped up on top.

Fox-_Friends_Baby_Card_2 

Card Details

Stamps

Fox & Friends, Punches Three (Retired)

Cardstock & Papers

Whisper White, Bashful Blue, Brilliant Blue, Washington Apple DSP (Retired)

Ink

Brilliant Blue, Pumpkin Pie

Accessories

Tools

Scallop edge punch, Big Shot, Polka Dot Embossing Folder, Wide Oval Punch, Dimensionals

Enjoy your week.

Comments

Christine Blain

Adorable! Love the cheeky little monkey on the front of the card.

Chris H

Just beautiful, Judy. Love the colours you have used. Your cutting out is so neat too!

Leonie

What a gorgeous set!

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