Saturday, 24 July 2010

A Star is Born

Just sharing this simple baby card I made with a couple of Hero Arts digikits.  The gorgeous moon and star image are from Seventh Heaven - I loved the look on the moon's face and thought it looked like a proud daddy.  I printed it onto some heart paper from THIS kit, I recoloured the paper yellow to make it a gender neutral card.  The sentiment (what a perfect match) is from Baby Tags.
s star is born
In answer to a recent question, I layer everything up in Word before printing, rather than printing the paper then printing the stamps on top.  This means the background paper does not show through the stamp.  Hope this makes sense. :)
Have a happy weekend.  Hope you have some sunshine wherever you are.

15 comments:

Barb said...

Beautiful! How perfect for a baby card, Lucy! Love your creativity! It always inspires me!

slinkycat said...

Love how simple this is and the hanging star is fab :)

Leanne x

Dotty Jo said...

This is so beautiful! Jo x

Silli said...

So pretty Lucy... love your digi work... ;-) Alice send me your link... Love your tutorials...Thanks for sharing... Happy weekend...

Dwita said...

Simply adorable, Lucy..

Tasha said...

Lucy this is really beautiful, love the CAS design
love tasha xx

Momiji said...

love that dotty paper! and the colour combo is lovely.
would welcome more digi video tutorials for novices like me!

Alice Wertz said...

love the star dangling down the moon, very clever touch! very sweet card, Lucy!

Dawn said...

You are so clever Lucy with your digital images and making these wonderful hybrid cards. Love this one

Jill said...

Perfect baby card! Love how you use digi images!

Ann said...

Such a sweet idea for a baby card! You are inspiring us to use digi images more creatively - thankyou.

BeeBeebabs said...

Very cute card!

Jenny said...

So cute! Love this!! *Ü* *Ü* *Ü* *Ü* *Ü*

Tiffany said...

Love this!! I'm loving baby cards at the moment, so precious!

donna mikasa said...

Hi Lucy! Love your card! Sew clever and colorful!
Hope you and Andy are well...
Donna
xx