Bagley Stamping

October 8, 2010

Filed under: Birthday — by bagleybiker @ 15:25
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Another niece had a birthday recently. She loves pink. I chose the same layout as a previous card. I personalized it with the birthday girl’s initials. She is in kindergarten and just learning her letters. I’m not sure she understood that O. and B. are her initials!

This stamp is from Studio G. A few gems and a little flower to make it glitzy and girly.


October 7, 2010

Skull Birthday

Filed under: Birthday,Halloween — by bagleybiker @ 15:24
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For my niece’s birthday, I put together a skull card. She used to be into skulls and I hope she still is!

This card is stamped in a reddish theme. The skull stamp is from Inkadinkado. The birthday stamp is from Hero Arts. A glitter pen makes the skull stand out. A little loop of ribbon adds a little class.

I almost put the floral strip of paper to the left, but I think I like it centered.

A quick and easy card.

October 2, 2010

Tonka Birthday

Filed under: Baby,Birthday — by bagleybiker @ 06:59
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My husband and I bought our nephew a big dozer for his second birthday. Turned out to be a hit since it had buttons he could push that made noises. I hear he even wanted to take a bath with it the first night!

A special boy needs a special card. I pulled out my old boy stamp from Hero Arts and combined it with a boy paper pack from Sandylions sticker designs. The trucks behind the boy are a sticker strip and a large truck is stuck inside. My nephew’s initials are E.H., which makes this a personalized card. The jeans paper below the boy ended up looking like carpet, but that’s ok.

Inside I wrote, “May this help you move mountains.” I’m afraid the buttons and noises have him transfixed at the moment. The mountains will have to wait!

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