Welcome! Today I'm focusing on baby cards using stamps from the JustRite Papercraft November Release; I'll be sharing a couple more November Release cards another day. Shown above is a card using the new JustRite Arriving Soon Clear Stamps. I love the sentiments in this set, especially! For years I had a mural painted on my son's bedroom wall with a scene from the children's classic Guess How Much I Love You. This set has sentiments reminiscent of Guess How Much I Love You, as well as several other traditional baby sentiments, all of which could be use not just for cards, but also for scrapbook pages or mini albums.
I've had a few requests recently for pictures of the inside of cards. I won't always show them, because--well, sometimes they are still blank! But I'll try to remember to share them when they are shareable.
I knew that I needed some twinkle in my stars, and that gave me a chance to try out my new X-Press It Fine Glue Pen. It has a ball point for very precise application, and it worked perfectly for the tiny areas that I wanted to stay within. I added microfine glitter to the outer edge of the moon here and the insides of the stars both here and on my card front. It's subtle, but it helps!
My spaceship window is coated with a dollop of Glossy Accents. I used a mixture of dies: The plain circle from Spellbinders Classic Circle Small dies, and the tiny scalloped edge is a Tonic Nested Scalloped Circle die. This set has a TON of different sizes, so it's quite useful. Papers are from Echo Park's Baby Mine 6 x 6 paper pad.
How about this sweet image? On this card I used JustRite We Are Having a Baby Clear Stamps.
The inside of this one is pretty simple; besides the sentiment, I added a strip of coordinating patterned paper to tie the inside in to the outside of the card. (You know which ones I'm talking about--those little strips of scrap paper that are piling up right beside your paper cutter!)
Shown above are the Copic markers that I used to color my little sleeping bear cub image. Again on this card I used my X-Press It Fine Glue Pen to get the glitter into the bow around the cub's neck as well as the ribbon around the gift. That fine point was perfect for the tiny space inside the bow.
I used several dies on my card: Tonic Scalloped Circle Layering Die Set, Spellbinders Classic Circles Small, Spellbinders Classic Ovals Small, and MFT Die-namics Stitched Fishtail Flag Stax. Patterned paper are from Crate Paper's Little Boy Blue 6 x 6 paper pad, and buttons are PaperTrey Blueberry Sky Vintage Buttons.
Several of the JustRite ladies are sharing their favorite project from the November release today, so I hope you get a chance to go visit them! Thanks for stopping by today.