Ink around the edges of your stamped image with charcoal chalk ink and layer onto a slightly larger blue circle using foam pads to give dimension and chalk around the edges again.
Punch a scalloped circle from white card using a large punch, doodle and ink the edges
Glue the white circle onto a slightly larger blue circle and ink around the edges.
Mat the stamped image onto the scalloped circle using foam pads.
Cut letters from blue cardstock using a die cutting machine, electronic cutting machine or with scissors.
Doodle around the edges with a fine black pen
Use a cuttlebug embossing folder to emboss the lettersAssembling the card:
Cover a square card blank with patterned paper and ink around the edges with charcoal chalk ink.
Glue a strip of white ric rac across your card.
Use foam pads to attach your topper over the strip of ric rac.
Glue the 'baby' letters under the topper.
I specifically chose patterned paper that looked like it had lots of strips of ribbon running across it and added the ric rac to give extra detail to the card.
You could easily make this into a girl card by substituting the blue paper for pink paper and if you aren't sure of the sex of the new baby try something that isn't the typical blue or pink.
Have fun and don't forget to check back on Saturday for details of our fabulous prize draw. Andrea xx