Sunday, June 1, 2014

For the baby - Creation Station blog hop



Hi everyone and welcome to another Creation Station Blog Hop. This round we are highlighting the set from the new catalog called Something for Baby, as well as the new hamburger die. 
I have two cards and one hamburger box to share with you. 
The first card is a baby girl card. I used some of the new sequins and new Lullaby dsp, along with Something for baby set and framelits and Dozen Thoughts stamp set.





For the second card I used the similar supplies, just made masculine birthday card using the tie from the set. 




And then lastly is the hamburger box. This little cute box is perfect for baby shower favors, so that was the intent of this box when I made it. I added it's a boy on the closure that was punched using the ticket punch. 





So, that is all I have for you today. Next check Kathy's blog and her wonderful creations. (Click on the Next button).
And if you just stumbled upon this post and would like to start the hop from the very beginning, click on the back button to go to Jen's blog, you wouldn't want to miss her creations.(click on the Back button)

                                 

6 comments:

  1. Cute ideas and great color combinations! TFS!

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  2. Adorable projects, Ilina! I was wondering how to use that particular DSP - it works perfectly in your projects. Thanks for sharing :)

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  3. Great cards. I love the additions of the sequins on both cards. The ticket tag on the hamburger box is--can I say it?--just the ticket. So cute!!

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  4. Three beautiful creations Ilina. Love how they are all colour coordinated. You have photographed them beautifully together. The layouts are clean and simple but so so pretty. Well done! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Such a great trio of projects! Love the sweet details on each of the cards and party favor. Such a fun way to showcase this baby set.

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  6. Great projects Ilina. I'm especially luving the little birthday card with the ties. Great alternate use of a stamp set. TFS.

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