How to create a baby card with graphic 45 mother goose


I used a fabulous selection of patterned papers from Graphic 45s Mother Goose line. I just love the bright colors and graphic shapes!

I started by trimming a journal card from the Little Boy Blue sheet.

Next I added a few fussy cut images.

Here's a fun little ticket sticker I attached with 2 tiny clips. I also added a felt doily.

The base of the card is black cardstock. I layered on the plaid patterned paper and topped it off with a sticker strip.

Another layer of patterned paper....separated with more black cardstock. I've wrapped the ribbon around and hid the ends between the layers for a nice finished look.

Here I've added the first section to the base of the card.

A lovely arraignment of dimensional flowers and a poofy ribbon bow. I've added 3 fun chipboard star elements to the edge of the journal card.

To finish off the inside of the card I layered more of the patterned papers.

To complete the inside I added more of the plaid paper with a black cardstock strip to separate the patterns. I also added the fun chipboard tag with the black gingham ribbon.

You can see all the fabulous paper patterns when the card is propped open.

Close up of the pretty flowers.


Watch the video: G45 Mother Goose Baby Cards


Previous Article

How to make strawberry sweetheart cake

Next Article

How to Melt Cheese Without the Toaster!