Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Mojo 100 Baby

My girlfriend has baby number 4 on the way. WOW! I can't believe 4. Since she's like me and waits to be surprised by the gender, I decided to go baby neutral colors. I love to start a card with a sketch, so I went with Mojo 100. If you like sketches too, go check it out, all this week in celebration of the 100th sketch, there will be a new sketch every day.
I've seen these cute baby buggies pop up here and there, so I will not take credit for the idea, but I will take credit for kreating my own :)
*I used my Circle Scissor Plus to kreate my Whisper White circle and then cut out a pie shape.
*Ran it through my Big Shot with my sm polka dot Background Texturz Plate. Instead of raised dots, I flipped my image. Randomly in a few 'holes' I added some color with my Pastel chalks.
*Using my Eyelet Border Punch, I kreated my buggies eyelet ruffle.
*The Swirls Scribbles Sizzlit die was run through the Big Shot and a piece used to form the handle (cute right?)
*No small circle punch for my wheels :( - no problem, I traced the bottom of my Dauber for the perfect fit. Added my Flower Brad to become my wheel spokes. A black sharpie pen kreates the 'axel'. A little basic gray sponging highlights the edges of the wheel
*The buggy was placed on dimensionals on a Bashful Blue rectangle and a Certainly Celery Scallop using the Big Shot and Scallop #2 die
*The buggy layers were placed on a standard Whisper White card base 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 scored at the top and layered with So Saffron and the polka dots from Cottage Wall DSP
*Certainly Celery Grosgrain Ribbon hide the seam between my two papers.
*A central bow and a dangling Metal Edge Tag. Isolated the word 'baby' from the sentiment 'hello baby' in the Teeny Tiny Wishes set using my Bashful Blue Marker. Added a dash more using my Certainly Celery Marker around the inside of the metal edge. Isn't it a cute accent!?
So how's my mojo? I'd love to know your thoughts. Leave me a comment and let me know. Happy Stamping

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Supplies:
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes(115370)
Paper: Whisper White (100730), So Saffron(105118), Certainly Celery(105125), Bashful Blue(105120), Cottage Wall DSP(115671)
Ink: Bashful Blue Marker(105111), Certainly Celery Marker(105106)
Accessories: Big Shot(113439), Scallop Circle #2(113469), Background Texturz Plate (114512 sm dots), Swirls Scribbles(113441), Circle Scissor Plus(112530), Paper Piercer(116631), Mat Pack(105826), Eyelet Border(113692), Certainly Celery Grosgrain(109031),Metal Edge Tags (103374), Flower Assortment Brads(112583)

13 comments:

Lorraine said...

That's one of the cutest carriages I've seen. Love the lace and the texture. Great Mojo Kim!

Patti MacLeith said...

Most beautiful, Kim! Very detailed.

Caryl P said...

Adorable carriage, your friend will love the card!

Kris Kilcoyne said...

Really cute!

I especially love the handle. :)

Ruthie said...

I love this ... have to make a baby card soon - think I will CASE this - hope you don't mind!!!

Tiffany said...

OMG! Sweet, sweet, sweet! The flower wheels was a great idea. You are the queen of clever!!!

Have a good day Kim and 4 kids is crazy!!! :)

Cards by Gina said...

Love this card, Kim! Terrific job!

Melissa said...

This is so very clever, right down to the sweet little handle! I absolutely adore it!

I waited to find out what gender both of my babies would be and it drove everyone nuts! I loved being suprised!

Mary Fish said...

More genius from you. Absolutely delightful baby card and take on the sketch.

Hugs, Mary

Ann Schach said...

Super cute! There is nothing wrong with your mojo!

Lynn said...

This is a really sweet baby card!
I like how you used the flower brads on the wheels, very cute!

Kim S. said...

Adorable card Kim! I love the colors. Your girlfriend will love it!

Carla Bazhenow said...

Your card makes me smile. I love everything about. The colors and esp the crisp white cradle. Hugs,