New Baby Card

Good Morning Everyone, Donna here today to show you the Baby Card I made using the fabulous dies from Cheery Lynn Designs. Anyhow I followed this week's challenge which is "Doilies" and used one of the new Doilies released in January.

For my card I started off with a black card base, then layered it with some white card, pink card, the paper and then the Mexican Tile Pattern. I laid the Chasing Rainbows doily on top using the angel wing beneath it. I use Permanent Adhesive Spray to spray the back of the doily to adhere it to the angel wing.
I sprayed the angel wing with irridescent spray so it gives it a nice sparkly shine.
I've used a LOTV stamp which I cut out and then mounted using a action wobbler. I've colored the image using Copics.

I've used some pink twine to crisscross the card, some lace, and other assorted items behind the flower, which was made using the Daisy Strip die. The like spiky foliage under the flower is from the Wreath Floral die strip.

I've used two different sentiment dies, one under the Baby sentiment from Sentiment Set #1 and I've used another as a hinge at the side from Sentiment Set #2. I also used one of the Corner dies from the Lace Corner die set

List of Dies Used


  1. This is a so wonderful card !

  2. Very cute!! Love the Chasing Rainbows Doily!!

  3. This is beautiful! Love all the gorgeous layers!
    :) Jill

  4. This is such a sweet card with that image. Everything is so nice and lacy looking. Nice flower and embellishments. Love that easel

  5. Oh so cute. Love your image and color choice, gorgeous.

  6. This card just continues to get cutier and cutier to me...I love that little bunny in the middle of all those lush dies...YUM.

  7. Oh Donna, this is the cutest baby card! I agree with Lori, it just goes on and on with the cuteness! And the dies you chose are so rich, it makes a cute card very classy!


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