Blowing Bubbles

I know there is a new baby due very soon so I needed to make a couple of baby cards – and this is the one for a boy.  I used the digi image, Blowing Bubbles from LOTV, and coloured it with Promarkers.  I cut around the image with a stitched circle die, placed that on the largest die from Polkadoodles Fanciful Circles set, and then layered it onto a large patterned grey circle.  The small sentiment tags are from LOTV, the Baby Boy words were die cut with a Britannia die, and all these were embossed.

I would like to enter my card into these challenges –

Passion for Promarkers – Shaped Cards                                                       

Aud Sentiments Challenge – Bingo and a Sentiment (embossing, digi or stamp, stitching real or faux)                                                                                                                    

As You Like It Challenge – Layers – one or many and why (I prefer to use several layers as I can use different colours and vary the layout – and I must confess I find CAS cards difficult..!!)  

Cutie Pie Challenge – One for the Boys                                                         

Polkadoodles Challenge – Anything Goes                                                         

A Gem of a Challenge – Anything Goes                                                                        

Colour Crazy Challenge – Anything Goes                                                                    

10 thoughts on “Blowing Bubbles

  1. Lovely card Alison, sweet image, I have just bought a few new LOTV stamps to get colouring over the weekend if time allows, we are busy decorating at the moment so that will probably come first!!

    Pat xx

  2. A gorgeous card for a new baby, that LOTV stamp is one of my favourites! Thank you for joining our ‘shaped card’ challenge at PFP this week, good luck in the prize draw and I do hope you’ll join us again soon, love Jacky x
    PFP DT

  3. Such an adorable image and super baby boy card, thanks for sharing this with us at Passion for Promarkers this week.
    Lorraine DT

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