Friday, May 1, 2015

Bitty Baby Blessings Revisited

Thanks for joining me today for the May Papertrey Ink Senior DT Challenge. This time around we are bringing back Bitty Baby Blessings!
This wonderful little set is a breeze to work with.  Such versatile images that will bring delight to anyone who's expecting!  Whether your celebrating a boy, a girl or an unknown surprise, this set has got you covered.
I couldn't help but put those tiny images to use to create a simple hand stamped and colored pattern paper. 
Here's a boy version, created using the sail boat in a blueberry skies, limeade ice, smokey shadow and true black color combo. The black baker's twine was stapled into place (using a Tiny Attacher) before it was tied into a bow.
Up next, the sweetly pink girl version using a feminine color combo of sweet blush berry sorbet, smokey shadow and true black on the tiny pram image.
The pink ombre strip at the top of the card was cut from shimmer cardstock and colored with coordinating Copic markers.  

If your celebrating the coming of a baby and unsure whether it's a boy or girl... use this same pram image, but color it in a neutral color combo such as greens, yellow and grays.

Well, that's it from me today. Hope you enjoy this month feature! Now be sure to visit the other Papertrey Ink senior design team girls for more Bitty Baby Blessings goodness...
Thanks for stopping by today!


Ahoy Little Sailor Card
Stamps: Bitty Baby Blessings
Ink: True Black
Cardstock: White and Limeade Ice
Pattern Paper: Blueberry Skies
Other: Copic Markers, Sentiment Splits: Angle Vertical Die, Black Baker's Twine, and Tiny Attacher

Babies Are Heaven Sent Card
Stamps: Bitty Baby Blessings
Ink: True Black
Cardstock: White and Shimmer White
Other: Copic Markers, Sentiment Splits: Curve Vertical Die1/4" White Silk Ribbon


  1. Oh I love how you made these sweet cards Maile. Perfection.

  2. these are the cutest cards i have seen in a long time... so so so very cute and sweet

  3. Oh my. I adore these sweet cards.

  4. Those are the sweetest cards,, love the tiny images you used :)