Happy Friday, everyone! This week has seemed to drag on and on for me, so I'm especially glad the weekend is almost here. Hope you have something fun planned, as well as (for my American readers) some time to reflect on those who paid the ultimate price for the freedoms that we enjoy.
I don't happen to know anyone who is expecting or who just had a baby, but I thought these stamps from Unity were ADORABLE!! I love that they can go from girly to boyish with the change of color -- or done in a neutral color if the gender isn't known yet.
For this card, I used old things as well as new. The stamps were new, and this was the first time I tried the new Hero Arts Ombre ink pads. The pad was pretty cool, but it wasn't as "ombre" as I thought. When opened, it just looked like one of those three-section Kaleidoscope pads.
As for old, I've had this paper for a long time. A friend of mine had this DCWV Café Mediterranean mat stack, but it wasn't her style. I traded her for one that I had that didn't float my boat. It worked out great! I love how the embossed flowers/circles on the paper mimic the wheels of the baby carriage.
For a quick accent, I selected a button that matched a lot better in real life. The photo is throwing off the blue for some reason. I threaded the button with thin strips of the same navy cardstock I used to frame the stamped panel. I love threading buttons with the paper used on the project. There's almost always a little scrap somewhere, and it always matches!
Hope you enjoy visiting the FWF participant blogs! Happy Stamping!