Friday, February 3, 2017

Winnie & Walter Release - Day 4


Warning: More cuteness! Today we get to see the other adorable critter set from Winnie & Walter, Welcome to the Family with Evelin T Designs.
This card uses quite a mix from this release, but as you see they all go together quite well. The thought bubble, sentiment and sketchy heart is from Sketchy Thoughts. The bear is from Welcome to the Family with Evelin T Designs. The sentiments below the bear are from Sending You with Evelin T Designs. LOVE that these sentiments are small, just perfect for adding to your primary sentiment. Or for when you run out of room on your card to say something!

Previously released products include my all time favorite die ever for panels, Essentials: Audrey Cutaways (those tiny scallops and dots, eek!) as well as the Scenery: Madison Creative Screenings stencil.
Here he is again, with slightly different colors, and the heart in a speech bubble instead of on his chest. Doesn't he look just like a gummy bear?! Adore. To make these two cards I had to do a double masking, one for the bear and one to separate the ground/wallpaper. Not difficult, but I definitely had to think about where each ink went and when to take off each mask.
This one is a belated baby card for my second cousin, Gwyn, who unfortunately happens to be 10 months old already! Argh. Watercolors and baby cards just seem to go together so naturally. And how cute is this bear hugging his special bunny?! Seriously.

  I built a little block tower for them to stand on. I always love to personalize a card when I can, and these blocks are the perfect place to put a baby's initials. I don't care who you are, every new mother gets emotional when seeing her baby's name or initials on a piece of paper for the first time. The letters are from previously released Typecast: Cary, which the corresponding dies are now being released. Also did you notice the tiny sentiment on the side of the blocks? This is a perfect example of running out of room for a sentiment on your card. Plus it would have competed with the large initials. So this tiny sentiment on the side is just right.  

 
These sets are just as good on the inside of your card. The sentiment is from Welcome to the Family, of course, and the letters are from Typecast: Cary. We have another tiny sentiment, again, to reinforce the main sentiment.  

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Be sure to check out the other amazing projects on the Winnie & Walter blog. As usual, leave a comment there for a chance to WIN all of today's goodies. You can also comment on this post for a chance to win ALL TEN stamp sets in this release. Whoo-hoo!  
I'm a little sad that after waiting so long to show you these projects, the release week is now over. The good news, however, is that the stamps and dies are all available for purchase this evening at Winnie & Walter!
  
Thanks for stopping by all week!
-Kelly

10 comments:

  1. Oh such fun Kelly. I love that speech bubble.

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  2. Oh Kelly, these are all lovely cards but I agree that a new Mom DOES love seeing her baby's name (or initials), it is so special! I was thinking as I looked at your last card that the stacked blocks would be cute inside the card with some of those little sentiments stamped in each block.

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  3. ADORABLE cards, Kelly! Love them!

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  4. All adorable Kelly! Love the personal baby card!

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  5. Kelly, these are all so SWEET.

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  6. These are darling Kelly! The little bear and bunny hugging are so sweet!

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  7. Oh how sweet, Kelly! I do love those blocks--reminds me of the old days before kids had IPads--haha!

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  8. I'm a sucker for scallops. That die is fabulous, and though I'm on a self-imposed "no-buying for February" diet, I might have to cheat just a little bit, lol! Amazing cards, Kelly. I love that bear and that bunny. I'm guessing Gwyn's mommy and daddy loved this card, too. Very sweet. Will pop over to W&W to see the whole kit-and-kaboodle! Have a great weekend. Bev

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  9. Such cute critters, and I love how you personalized the inside!

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