Wednesday, 14 March 2012

A couple of baby cards using snippets

It has been a while since I made any baby cards, but knowing four people who are pregnant I thought I would get some practice in!

I have made a girl and a boy card, both with snippets for Di's crafty snippet challenge. Sorry about the awful photo on the second. The digi images came from Squigglefly and were coloured with promarkers. Thanks for looking!


  1. Both gorgeous baby cards Sally! Super use of snippets and what cute expressions on the babies faces :) Love them! Di xx

  2. Morning Sally

    Tis I, direct from the beachside of the Fens.

    Is it just me or is it rather sad that part of the excitement of giving birth is taken away by knowing the sex of the baby long before it arrives ?

    I can see the practicality for planning, but don't think I would have wanted to know even if it was an option in the dark ages when most of my bunch came along.

    Both cards are very pretty though.

    Take care where you sit at school won't you.

    B x

  3. Excellent way of using your scraps, Sally - love these and perfect for babies x

  4. So cute Sally, love those images! I'm obsessed with babies now having become a grandmother last Saturday:)
    Val x

  5. What a great idea to use up some scraps! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Brilliant baby makes. Good idea to have some of this type of card to hand, especially as you know so many mothers-to-be!

    Fancy a whirl on the roundabout now? xxx

  7. These are fab Sally! I really like the grid background of the first - I've been seeing this around blogland lately and it's so effective. Vicky x

  8. Aww, two gorgeous baby cards Sally! Love the images and what a fab use of snippets!

  9. Love the patchwork effect - lovely cards. I guess babies are like buses - you wait for one for ages, then several come along at once! Good idea to stock up on baby cards.

  10. These are adorable! Love those little ones and don't we always put our little ones on quilts.


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