Welcome to week 29 of the Art With Heart Colour Creations blog hop for 2021. This will be our last for this year as we have a break for Christmas. This week's feature colour is Misty Moonlight which is a blue colour between Balmy Blue and Night of Navy and is one of the In Colours for 2020-2022.
For my card this week I have chosen to make a baby boy card as I happen to know that one of my colleagues at work will be having a baby boy in the New Year. In fact 2 of my colleagues are having baby boys early next year.
For the base of my card I have stamped some of the stars from the All For Baby stamp set in Misty Moonlight on Misty Moonlight cardstock. I have then used the Basic Borders dies with Basic White cardstock to make it look like clouds. I have then added a piece of what I would call the reverse side of the Beaty of the Earth DSP which looks a bit like the sky.
The baby jumpsuit has been "stamped off" using Misty moonlight and then die cut using the corresponding die from the Baby Clothes dies. I have mounted this on a circle of Basic White which has been layered on top of a Piece of scalloped Misty Moonlight. The bow has been tied using a few layers of the twine from the Flowers for Every Season pack. The sentiment is also from the All For Baby stamp set and has been die cut using a Stitched Rectangle die.
Next in tonight's blog hop is the lovely Tina Gillespie. I look forward to seeing what lovely creation she has share with us tonight.
If the "next" button link is not working or you would like to see a full list of participants then you can hop over to Catherine Protor's blog where you can see a full list of tonight's participants.
We will be having a short break now until after the holiday period and will be back again in a couple of weeks when we will be sharing our Mossy Meadow creations.
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As always enjoy your week.Theresa