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March 3, 2011


Hi everyone! Angji here from Sweet Pineapple Scrapping. I'm so glad to be back on The Bug Bytes after my long hiatus!

For my project this month, I made a baby card for a co-worker who is having twins. I volunteered to make the card from the "group". So we will see if everyone likes it. Since the twins are a boy and a girl, I wanted to incorporate both genders but how? I knew I wanted to do something a bit different also. So I thought about it and thought about it and thought about it. I finally had a brainwave! Lookie:

The front of the card

After you open the first flap

The fully open card

What do you think? Pretty neat, huh? I thought so too. ;)

I used the baby onesie from Wrap It Up and my trusty Gypsy. After that it was a matter of scoring and making tabs to allow the card to fold properly.

I do hope you enjoyed my project today. Thanks for visiting and thank you Pam for allowing me to share myself with your readers.



papillon digital design said...

Oh Angji! This is a brilliant idea!! You rock girl!

Beatriz Farquhar-Guzman said...

Angji, these are just precious!!!!!!! I am going to be a grandma in Sep so I need to make some of these!!!! Thanks for sharing

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What a great card! Love how it folds open and you have both sexes! WONDERFUL TFS

Betsy said...

Great idea! That is simply adorable.

Eniko said...

Angie, this card is fabulous! I thought you had sewn a onesie at first then realized it was a card as I scrolled down...beautifully done!

Audrey Frelx said...

Angji! These cards are just over the top cute!!! You don't have to hope I did, I love your project today!!!

gayle-rn said...

Angji,this is one of the smartest cards I have seen. Your hard thinking really paid off.I'm sure the mom to be will just love it.

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