Saturday, August 7, 2010

I'm Going to be a Grandma





My oldest Stepdaughter is due in September she is having a little girl ( Halo). The shower was today and I thought I would share the card and plaque I made for her. The baby's nursery is blue and green that is why you don't see pink. The card is a easel style this way she can disply it in the baby's room if she wants. The decorative frame and label were cut with my silhouette. The plaque base was made from recycled armoire packaging. I used pattern paper along with flowers and baby Angel cut from my silhouette. I also added a gift bag full of baby shoes with a tag that reads " A girl can never have too many shoes" I saw this done at another shower and just loved it so I could not wait to do it. Well thanks for stopping by.

6 comments:

Jill Hardie said...

Congratulations on becoming a grandma! Halo is so blessed! The card has to be the cutest baby card I've ever seen. I love the colors, too! It's refreshing to see something for a girl in a color that isn't pink…and it's absolutely precious! I'm sure she will always cherish it and she'll know when she looks at it how much her birth was anticipated with love and excitement! So glad you shared it!

illyse said...

Congratulations Alicia!!! Love those beautiful creations of yours! That little girl is gonna LOVE her grandma!!! You are so much fun and you can teach her to scrapbook!!! ( dont teach her to buy supplies..)LOL!

Anna said...

Just Beautiful!!! Congrats to all and welcome to the best part of your life...:)

Patricia Stimac and Kent Buttars, Seattle Wedding Officiants said...

Adorable, as I'm sure your granddaughter will be!!!

Tammart Designs said...

Absolutely beautiful cards, I love layers upon layers, lace, ribbon...just pile it on. Thanks for the comment on Splitcoast! Look forward to seeing more of your work.

Tammart Designs said...

OOOps I meant to tell you congrats on being a grandma, my daughter is expecting too, but will be stationed in Georgia and I am in San Antonio, TX...bitter sweet.