It’s a Girl Onesie Card {Baby Gift Card Holder}

Here is a cute card idea for a baby shower or baby gift. My friend Cindy had a baby girl a few months ago and this was the card I gave her. I found some tutorials available online, but in the end, I just eyeballed it and made my own version of the Baby Onesie card.

I started with a standard size card–Blushing Bride textured card stock cut to 4 1/4″ x 11″ folded in half. Then, I used the 2 1/2″ Circle Punch for the neck and leg openings. Using scissors, I cut a line from the leg opening to about 3/4 of the way up the card, then notched out the area under the sleeve. I kept the card folded when I punched the holes and cut the lines to ensure it was the same on the front and back.

Around the leg and neck openings I added some Chocolate Chip trim with the 2 3/8″ Scallop Circle Punch. An easy way to do this is to punch a 2 1/2″ Circle out of the card stock first. You will actually not need the circle for this. Then, take the 2 3/8″ Scallop Circle Punch and line it up around the open circle on the sheet of card stock. Use this scalloped ring around the neck opening and cut another one for the legs.

Along the sleeves, I used the Scallop Edge Border Punch and Chocolate Chip card stock. Some Basic Pearls were added around the neck just to make it extra girly. Basic Pearls also were used for the buttons at the bottom.

The sentiment is from Best Yet, a retired hostess set. I stamped it on Very Vanilla and punched it out with the 1 3/8″ Circle Punch, layered with the Scallop Circle Punch. The ribbon around the waist is Chocolate Chip Scallop Dot Ribbon.

Inside, I lined the card with a cute bunny patterned paper from retired Nursery Suite DSP. To hold a gift card, I used the Slit Punch on the inside to create a little half circle to slide in and hold a gift card. The ribbon helps hold the gift card as well.

My Digital Studio {First Birthday Invitations}

I am working on some invitation ideas for 1st birthdays. This round is for boys, and I’m going to come up with some for girls as well.

I like to start by looking at online invitation sites for ideas and layouts, then using the My Digital Studio program (MDS), I make my own version.

Sometimes I will make the design by hand and sometimes I’ll print it out on card stock or glossy card stock. Of course I prefer the 3D handmade version most times, but sometimes both are nice.

Version 1: Created in MDS using Hoppy Memories DSP, tempting turquoise, star punch, circle punch, serif numbers, big bold birthday


Version 2: Based on design from tinyprints.com. Created in MDS with chocolate chip background, TIZA font in bashful blue, certainly celery, and so saffron.


Version 3: Created in MDS using tempting turquoise background, Big Bold Birthday circles; truck made from tag punch, circle punch, square punch; All in the family stamp set


Version 4: MDS created using My Sweet Pea Digital Kit, Curly label punch, circle punch, big bold birthday.

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