Tuesday, January 22, 2008

A Froggy Hello

One of my best friends Tonya is having a baby in the next week. She's having a little boy and we're so excited for her because she's wanted a baby for such a long time. Although she wanted a girl she safely adjusted to the fact that she's having a boy, LOL. We had a baby shower for her a couple of weeks ago for her and this is the stuff that I made for her. I may have gone a little overboard but I couldn't help it, I'm a little excited for her. At the time I started I didn't know she was going to do his room in cars and trucks. I did them in frogs and bugs & other creepy crawly things, ya know stuff lil boys like.

She's so artistic. I can't wait to see what she's going to do with his room. Anyway before I ramble on anymore here's what I made.
Paper: Basic Grey - Giggle from Color Me Silly, Green Bazzill; Ink: True Thyme 07 In Color; Extras: B - Provo Craft, Frog - Cuttlebug 2x2 garden creatures, white & green flowers - Primas?

1.5 x 1.5 square blocks from HL, white acrylic paint, Giggle & Grow from Color Me Silly by Basic Grey, American Crafts - Ned rubons
I made this & the next one just using a Gerber onesie and the SU Bugs & Kisses set. I used the Palette Hybrid Ink like Nicole H suggested on her blog and it was SOOOOO easy.

7 comments:

ScrapMomOf2 said...

Cars, trucks, bugs, . . . it all works! I love the "B" you made! It's all wonderful! Totally cute!

Savitri said...

Really cute! Glad you're online again.

CATHERINE said...

I don't think I have words to describe this entire project - perfect, cute, adorable, spectacular - okay, maybe I do-LOL!
Very neat-o!

AnnMarie said...

Hiya Sara! This set is too cute!! Really nice job! Glad to have you back, sis! : )

Melissa M. M. M. said...

Amazing. I've never stamped on fabric. It looks incredible. And those froggy papered blocks are divine! How fun, :0) Mel

~Michelle~ said...

What an adorable project....they turned out SO cute! Yay to have you back online.....we've missed you!!

Betsy said...

What a great collection of stuff. They are all great on their own but together...wow!