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Hi there

I've been having a play with the 'Moon Baby' stamp set from the new Occasions Catalogue. This has to be one of THE cutest stamp sets for welcoming a new baby, that Stampin' Up! have released. I'm giving you advance warning of cuteness overload! 

I took up the challenge to make a baby girl card with this stamp set, after one of my lovely team members mentioned that it seemed to be primarily used in baby boy cards. In the end, I made one of each, although the second one is really gender neutral. In case you haven't seen it, here is the stamp set. It has the 3 main line images that are perfect for colouring and a number of greetings.


You could use Stampin' Write markers, the new Watercolour Pencils or ink pads and Aqua Painter to colour these cute images. I chose to use my ink pads and Aqua Painter after stamping the image in Basic Gray Archival ink onto the Shimmery White card stock. I coloured just the moon on this image.  I stamped a second image on a scrap piece of Shimmery White and coloured just the baby this time. I fussy cut the image and popped it up over the baby on my art piece. I then stamped the baby again onto Blushing Bride card stock and fussy cut the onsie this time and then adhered it to the baby on my art piece.


Stampin' Up! Moon Baby - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

I chose Blushing Bride as the feature colour for the card. The art piece is layered onto sparkly Blushing Bride Glimmer paper and finished with the matching stitched satin ribbon. The greeting is heat embossed in copper as it works so well with Blushing Bride. I love that Stampin' up! makes creating so easy with all the coordinating products.


This pic shows the fussy cut baby popped up with the paper pieced onsie. I added some shading to the onsie with a marker and blender pen. Isn't it a cute image.


I stamped the image of the toys on the envelope and coloured it with Copic markers.  In the background, you can also see the lovely copper embossing on the greeting.


For the inside, I've stamped the other baby image onto Shimmery White card stock and water coloured it as well. I finished it with a strip of Blushing Bride Glimmer Paper and some tiny rhinestones on the onesie.

Stampin' Up! Moon Baby - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

I made the second card in exactly the same design, but this time I used Pool Party and Silver Glimmer for a boy/gender neutral option.

Stampin' Up! Moon Baby - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

Finally, here is a pic of both the colour ways together. Which is your favourite?

Stampin' Up! Moon Baby - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

 If you would like to purchase this stamp set, click on the stamp set image at the beginning of this post and it will take you directly to my online store. Don't forget that Sale-a-bration is still in full swing. For every $90 of product you purchase, you can choose one of the fabulous items from the Sale-a-bration brochure for FREE!

Project Details
Stamps Moon Baby, So in Love
Card stock & Papers     Blushing Bride, Pool Party, Subtles DSP Stack, Shimmery White, Blushing Bride & Silver Glimmer
 Ink Basic Gray Archival, Versamark, Pink Pirouette, So Saffron, Crumb Cake, Daffodil Delight, Crushed Curry, Memento London Fog
Accessories Blushing Bride & Pool Party Stitched Ribbon, 1mm Rhinestones (not SU)
Tools     Confetti Stars Border punch, Itty Bitty Accents Punch pack (retired), Copper & Silver EP, Heat gun, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Blushing Bride & Pool Party Stampin' Write Markers, Blender Pen, Glue Dots, Dimensionals, Copic Markers

Thanks for looking!

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Kathy T

Judy, I love both of these cards! Thanks for making one of each. I agree I have seen this more male gender specific than female for some reason. They are both so "cute"!

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