A sweet BABY GIRL!

Hello! It’s been a long time folks.

I wanted to share my newest project. I helped a lovely coworker with her first baby shower. She’s having a girl that she has named Leahna ❤️

I made large paper flowers, a paper fan display, and a guest book. She and another co-worker handmade the centerpieces , flag banner, and invitations. It was gorgeous!

The flowers were supposed to be gathered on a curtain like this, but the stand didn’t work out. So, they decided to spread them out along the focus wall.

I used Kathy Orta’s Hidden Hinge Binding System for this album. I used Tyvek IN the page hinges and in the cover hinges for a strong hold against tearing. There are 8 double sided pages, 8 double sided inserts (not pictured, but you can see them peeking through the half circle punch. They are just baby themed patterned paper with 3 guests cards per side), 86 total guest tags.

I’m just happy to be a part of something sooo cute! Congratulations to the new parents 👣👶

Goody Bags

My sweet friends! I’ve missed you, but I’ve been crazy busy making these super cute goody bags for my God Daughter’s 5th birthday party. They’re not too elaborate because, after all, they are goody bags that young kids will likely destroy or throw away LOL but they’re still cute enough to pine over 🙂
Each scalloped piece, each paper rosette, each center piece is different from the other. That was very difficult for 25 bags! I even hand stamped or embossed backgrounds on some of the scallops. Each flag banner has her stamped name on it. Of course, everything is hot glued together. CLICK to enlarge the main images so you can really see the details.

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What an Amazing Birthday!!!

SURPRISE!!! I’ve brought you an additional card for today 🙂 it’s my makeup for Wednesday lol

I love this one!!! I’m currently addicted to making paper rosettes. This one only spans about 2 inches, but it packs a big ole punch. I attached everything using my handy dandy hot glue gun. One supply item I wasn’t able to list below was the background paper. The subtle hearts are from the Colorbök Darling Jewel 6×6 paper pad. It really let’s the white embossing stand out.

Please enjoy!!! See you guys here promptly for Wednesday’s post 🙂 I have an awesome project not card related. Oooo!!!

Amazing Birthday!!!

Paper Rosette

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