Monday, April 22, 2013

Bundle of Joy


Good Monday morning! I was in "baby mode" following a baby shower for a young girl from church on Saturday.  So...when I sat down at the end of the day to work on my mojo card, I decided to use these animal images from Verve's "To the Moon" set to add another baby card to my stash.  Carole is the sketch creator for this week's Mojo Monday Challenge and it's open to so many different interpretations.  I thought of the four squares as windows and figured these critters would look kinda cute peeking out!  There were tiny orange flowers in the DP, so I pulled that color for the ribbon and banner outline.  I colored with Copics and fussy cut the images.  If you need some more inspiration...be sure and visit the other mojomakers to see what they've created!
I hope you'll find time to play along!  Thanks for stopping by!
STAMPS: To the Moon (Verve), Remember This (Verve)
PAPER: Nana's Nursery Baby Girl by DCWV, White, X-Press It Blending Card
INK: Pumpkin Pie, Memento Black
ACCESSORIES: Orange Zest satin ribbon by PTI, Copics, Bow Easy.

12 comments:

Mary Fish said...

your "fussy cut" critters are the sensational and it was brilliant to layer them against the "windows!"

Jackie W said...

This is so adorable! Love the cute critters.

Luanne said...

Love this Wanda!! I just may have to pull out that set, it's perfect for this sketch! TFS!!

scrappingnana said...

What an adorable baby card. Love it.

Miriam said...

I love the cute trio! Just adorable Wanda!

Vickie Z said...

Adorable Wanda!! Love those critters and fabulous coloring

Gisela said...

CUTE, CUTE!!! This card is adorable, and you picked the perfect stamp set. One a would like to buy.

Stephanie Kraft said...

Too cute for words, Wanda! Love the sweet trio hanging out over the fun orange ribbon!

Vicki B. said...

this is adorable Wanda!!! So loving it!!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Wanda this is totally adorable.

Mary Ann said...

Super cute!!!

Over Embellishing said...

What a wonderful card! I luv how the images hang over the ribbon! Very clever!