Lavender Little One

Double D Challenges Lavenders-Lilac-Purple Challenge
ModSquad Challenge A Day for Mothers

I have been very remiss is getting out a congratulations card for a new baby. So I thought I would use the Double D Challenge of using Lavenders-Lilac-Purple challenge and the ModSquad Challenge A Day for Mothers to include the word mother on the card. The Double D Challenge mood board:

includes shades of purples, white and green. So I sponged a GKD stencil in Lovely Lavender, Wild Lilac, Wilted Violet and Shaded Lilac inks cutting it out and layering it on some green. The base card was also sponged using the same stencil in the lovely lavender. My alphabet die letters are Concord & 9th’s double cut alphabet letters which were layered for dimension. My sentiment and “baby pins” image were both from GKD’s Oh Baby! stamp set illustrated by Rupa Shevde.

Thanks so much for looking and hope all had a wonderful day on Sunday.

18 thoughts on “Lavender Little One

    1. Thanks Bonnie. I guess I didn’t want to do the tradtiional baby card. At first I just had mom on it but didn’t want to slight dad!

  1. What a lovely way to say Congrats for a new baby. The design is so interesting and pretty. Getting it to work for 2 challenges is wonderful. I like the layering you did here.

    1. Thanks, Johanna, I was looking for something different. I’m hoping they will like the card for their third child.

  2. Super card. I love how you did the stencil and with so many shades of purple. Looks like a winner to me!

    1. Thanks so much Golda I appreciate the support. I wasn’t sure if it would be ok for a baby card but figured I would try it.

  3. Wow! I am glad that you used our challenge to get that beautiful card done for the new parents. Thanks for joining in our Challenge at Double D. Best wishes.
    Barbara DT

  4. Bright and beautiful card for new parents. Love the design, layering and colors. This will surely go into the baby book.

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