Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Welcome, Little One

Friends of ours are adopting a little boy from Haiti.  It's been a long process but supposedly they are getting closer to being able to bring him home.  So, there is going to be a "Preparing to bring him home" shower this weekend.  Of course, I needed a cute little card to go with my gift.  I handstitched a few "x"s on the top and bottom and added some French knots around the sentiment on the front.
 I couldn't use a traditional "Welcome, Baby" sentiment or something similar, so I created my own using a bunch of different sentiments.  I think it came out pretty cute.  "welcome" is one sentiment;  the second was supposed to read "precious little one" I masked off the "one" so I could add "BOY" which is masked from the sentiment "Baby BOY".

Viva La Verve October week 3--sketch

Crafty Catz #204--spots & stripes
Sweet Stamps Blog #141--Frames
Word Art Wednesday #104--anything goes with uplifting sentiment
Paper Pretties #282--Bold is the new black (I think that striped paper is pretty bold)

Stamps: all the stamps are from Verve's "To the Moon"
Dies: spellbinders standard circles, large


Denise said...

What a lovely new baby card! I love what you have done with the frame. Thank you for sharing this lovely creation of your with us at Good Luck ......
Sweet Hugs

Janette said...

Very sweet card, thanks for sharing it with us at CraftyCatz this week.x

Carole Robb Bisson said...

French knots, a whole generation or two don't have a clue what it is. The embroidery really put the icing on the cake. It is so too bad government red tape slows things down. This so just so adorable and I really like the colors you have used. We all appreciate you posting this beautiful art with us. PLEASE come back.
Abundant Blessings,
Carole Robb Bisson
Word Art Wednesday

Sandy Fredrick said...

What a Sweet card for a little baby boy. Thank you for joining us in this weeks blog challenge at

Karen Letchworth said...

Thank you for playing along with us this week at Word Art Wednesday, Heather! It's always a blessing to have you play along with us. Have a blessed week!
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