New Baby in Town

ModSquadChallenge – Get Your Animal Stamps Inky

The ModSquadChallenge for this week is to use animals on your project so I reached deep into my stash of older stamps and found this all too cute Sheriff Bear red rubber stamp. Not sure what company made him as he was a cling and no name so if anyone can identify him I would appreciate it. The sentiment was computer generated, the stars are from die cut Spellbinders and the patterned paper is an All About Boys DCWV stack that I’ve also had for years.

This card is for baby’s grandparents and I’m hoping they like it as much as I do. Thanks for stopping by for a peek.

7 thoughts on “New Baby in Town

    1. Thanks, Bonnie. The family owned a Dodge dealership many years ago and each generation grows to love cars. I was hoping they will think of the “Dodge” boys! LOL!

  1. So cute! Your greetings are perfect for that bear. Glad you had that patterned paper. It is the perfect match for that bear.

    1. Thanks, Lisa, that patterned paper pack is fun filled with western, dinosaurs, space, and circus….all things little boys may want to be at one time or another.

  2. You did a wonderful job on this card Gayle. I love how you made your own sentiment with the blocks. Very creative and it all goes together so beautifully. That bear is adorable too.

  3. This is way too cute!! who would not love getting it?!?! That bear is adorable and you were very creative with the sentiment.

  4. This is so stinkin’ adorable! Love how you did the sentiment, as well as everything else. The grandparents will love it and love that they’re congratulated, too.

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