I like making baby cards. They are fun and cute. I found a good pattern for a little diaper and used a mini safety pin to shut it. Cute, cute, cute! I used Never At A Loss For Words for the sayings. This is a must have set from Kitchen Sink Stamps!
I hate stickers, rub ons and any other type of stick on alphabet. I never have enough letters to finish my project and I end up throwing away a bunch of unused letters. It just seems like a waste of money to me.
I love the Playful Alphabet Buddy (Kitchen Sink Stamps) because they are a great size for cards and scrap booking. When I shrunk these letters with my white Shrinky plastic, they turned out AWESOME! They are the perfect size and I get the look of rub ons or felt letters without the waste. :)
Several months ago, I saw this paper pieced background in a magazine and really liked it. This technique is time consuming but I think it is cute. I used 3 step Mistletoe from Kitchen Sink Stamps on this card.
I used Backgrounds and Borders from Kitchen Sink Stamps on some acetate. I really wanted these circles to look like those beautiful clear glass ornaments that you can alter. I like how this turned out.