Monday, June 13, 2016


Welcome to another Monday at Buffalo Stamps and Stuff.

This week, I've made a baby card with a great embossing folder.
The embossing folder comes with disks that are snap out
and snap in that allow you to emboss three different sayings.
It's a boy, It's a girl, or New Arrival.  Great for baby announcements,
a  baby shower card, or to send to a family with a new addition.

Finished card is 5x7 inches

Inside Sentiment Stamp - Impression Obessession (E9889)
White Card Stock base.
Embossing Folder - Baby Interchangeable Embossing Folder - C Gull
I ran white card stock through the embossing folder
for the card.  I then embossed the little feet with pink, 
and the sentiment with blue card stock and fussy cut
them out. Adhered the pink feet and the blue sentiment over
the white embossed piece.  Using blue gingham ribbon
I added a top trim and bow to the card.  The x's and O's
were cut with an older Cuttlebug die, but you could use
any sticker letters or even stamp letters from an alphabet set.
The hearts are an older Marvey punch that I ran through the
embossing folder to match. 

Thanks for stopping by today.  Have a great day.  Until later.........


Sue said...

Hi Sue, What a lovely cute card.

Hope you have a good start to the week. Sue

cuilliesocks said...

Lovely new baby card Sue, sweet little baby elements a design, Kate x

cotnob said...

An adorable new baby card Sue, it sounds like a brilliant embossing folder.

Dr Sonia S V said...

WOW Sue what a perfect baby the pastel shades and the embossing
Dr Sonia

Donna Hanley said...

Just darling, Sue. What a great idea to have exchangeable folders for embossing. I'll have to look those up. Hope you are doing OK and have been resting. I thought I was all done with my planting and then my friend/neighbor had a plant sale so I am back at it for the next few days. Enjoy the week.

KarinsArtScrap said...

sweet and beautiful
Gr Karin

Donna Ellis said...

Beautifully soft, and so sweet, Sue! Lovely colors, and the textures just make it feel extra soft and darling! (love that photo of your granddaughter on your blog's right panel!) hugs, de