Previously I've mentioned how everyone I know seemed to be having baby girls and so logically, I have a few collections of baby girl kits for making cards and things. Now, of course, the tides have turned and everyone seems to be having baby boys - and I still have baby girl stash to hand. Unperturbed by this challenge, I rose to the occasion with this Little One...Hello card and I was so pleased with the results, I decided it was time for a repeat.
This contemporary baby boy card is made entirely with the Simple Stories SNAP! Baby Girl kits. I really enjoyed using the grey, green and yellow colour palette - so unusual from my normal choices but it really worked nicely together (and even colour-matched the accompanying gifts - more on that soon).
The overall design is pretty simple. I wanted the sentiment card with its eclectic combination of fonts to really stand out. I loved the impact that the layered heart die cut gave to the arrow.
The embellishment cluster uses some washi tapes, stickers and pins. I was so thrilled to find a grey label sticker and thought the 'handle with care' type was perfect for a baby card. I hemmed and hawed for a while on whether or not to add more to the cluster and in the end decided that less is more.