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Monday, March 6, 2017

Bundle of Joy - Baby Wardrobe

Look at what Frantic Stamper has for you in the 2017 March Release - the most adorable baby dies.  I made this baby's card using the beautiful Frantic Stamper Precision Cutting Die - Baby Wardrobe - FRA-DIE-10132 and Frantic Stamper Precision Cutting Die - Adorable Bundle Set-FRA-Die-10138 Adorable Bundle Set which has five dies with three sets of baby word dies, a pacifier and a baby safety pin.  The words read,  "Bundle of Joy", "Adorable" and "Precious".  Look at all of the small dies that come with the Frantic Stamper Baby Wardrobe such as the baby clothes, tiny hanger, toys and hat.  




The card measure 4 1/2" x 5 1/2" with the scallop borders.

Supplies:
Dies:  Frantic Stamper Baby Wardrobe - FRA-DIE-10132, Frantic Stamper Adorable Bundle Set - FRA-Die-10138, Cheery Lynn Scallop Rectangle set
Paper: Bazzill black and white card stock and two different blue patterned papers
Other Supplies:  Ranger Adhesive Foam Tape
Baby stickers - bear and rabbit

Instructions:
Die cut the Frantic Stamper Baby Wardrobe with white card stock.  Cut 3 5/8" x 4 3/4" blue card stock and adhere the wardrobe die on the blue card stock.  Cut 4" x 5" of baby patterned card stock and adhere the blue card stock.  Use 3D foam tape on the back of the 6 drawers and on top of the ward robe and baby boy's outfit.  Adhere the 8 handles on the drawers using black card stock.  Adhere the toys and stickers on the wardrobe (see card photo).  Cut a white border using a scallop die or punch and adhere this behind the front of the card.  I just cut out a small triangle with yellow paper and adhere it to one of the drawers.

I hope that I inspired you to make your next cards using the Frantic Stamper Precision dies such as the Baby Wardrobe and Adorable Bundle set.   Check out the other gorgeous Frantic Stamper dies and stamps along with the rest of the wonderful craft products.  
Also, make sure to stop by to see what Frantic Stamper creative and talented design team made for you:



Happy Crafting
Nancy Hill










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