Saturday, August 29, 2009

Baby Shower Ensemble

I forgot to include the pictures of the NEW baby carriage die cut !
So my pics are a little out of sequence. SORRY!Just keep reading it all comes together!!
This is the baby shower invitation we are using for this shower. The onezie is also a great
invitation piece as well.

You have alot of room to give the details of the shower
embellish and decorate.

Baby Shower Ensemble

My customer Brianna is hosting a baby shower for her best friend in November and I will coordinating the event and helping the gang make all the favors, invitations, table centerpieces thank you gifts,etc...

Close up of the flower Fold die cut in action making a pot full of posies!

I used a Kiwi colored pot I found a few months back and put a cone shaped Styrofoam
piece in it and cut the top of the cone off and covered it with plastic grass left over from easter matched the pot perfectly. I used long Bamboo skewers I got at Wal-Mart in the housewares section same aisle as the silverware and utensionals for only 97 cents for like 50.

TIP: I used the first 3 flower folds on the die to make my flowers and used dimensionals to adhere them together. Then I doubled the flowers one facing one way on the skewer and another on the back facing outwards. Giving you 6 total flowers. To adhere flowers to bamboo stick I put sticky strip on the bamboo stick front and back! VIP, glue dots won't last!Sticky strip is a must if youwant your flowers to stay put!!

This is the centerpiece for the table. The heart is made with the Movers and shakers die cut and then the purpose of the elaborate centerpiece it is also a game! Each guest will bring a copy of a picture of themselves as a baby and we will
pop it out with the heart punch and mount it to the flowers and then every one will guess who's who!How fun is that!!

This scrap tin is made especially for the mother to be to put her
bridal shower pics and the last few pages is for the notes of who the presents are from so she can send out the thank you notes we are going to make her!

I am having so much fun with this new baby carriage die cut from Sizzix which my friend Kim from our local scrap store ordered for Brianna. She wanted this carriage for the invitations.

This is a Stampin' Up! #2 die cut box with a pink perk twill 1 1/2" ribbon. I love this ribbon.
These will be great for favors and easy to just pop out and then decorate.
This one is generic, but can be customized for each individual mother to be.

This is the onezie die cut from Sizzix it takes 12x12 cardstock in order to make it and it cannot be used with any Sizzix machine smaller than the BIG SHOT. Remember all the extended die cuts are too wide for the cuttlebug and side kick (FYI)
For this shower we will use these for save the dates and put a magnet on the back so guests can put it on their refrig so they won't forget!!

This is a candy kiss tent its a quarter sheet of cardstcok scored at 3 1/4 , 2 1/4 & 1.
Use sticky strip on the last panel and stick on 5 candy kisses. then use sticky strip to seal it.

**I am currently taking customer orders for any or all of these items. If you are interested in any of the Baby shower ensemble pieces, please email with the # of guest and your colors of your shower and ESPECIALLY the date. remember to please give me at least 45 days if possible, I can do rush orders with exception. For pricing and more details contact me at
This is a cute # 2 2 box doubled with one handle with the modern punch for the handle
This is like a drink carrier so to speak and u can use it for games, party favors, etc.
These can be used for all type of events! Join my stamp club and learn how to make your own!

Also, the onesizes can be used for games too, like writing a note to the mom -to-be
on children. good luck, etc....

I found a few of these plastic boxes and I decided to decorate one of them for the ensemble!
But there are many things you can use them for.....teachers, Halloween!
Hope you enjoyed my baby shower ensemble, let me her your comments!!

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