I have been so busy helping my good friend with a baby shower for her son and his girlfriend. It was on Sunday, so I finally will have time to work on my thanksgiving cards and my sister-in-laws birthday presents.
So, this will be a pretty big post with everything that I made for it.
69 diapers (any size)
top layer = 8 diapers
middle layer = 21 diapers
bottom layer = 40 diapers
decorate with ribbon, etc.
It's a Boy topper - New Arrival cut at 3.75"
Brown shadow - George & Basic Shapes cut at 4"
It's a Boy topper is attached to a chopstick
Brown cardstock - cut at 4" x 4" (score at 2" & fold)
Baby Boy paper - cut at 3.75" x 1.75"
Baby Face - cut from New Arrival at 1.5" and stamped with a Peachy Keen face stamp
Candy Bars used - Hershey's Assorted Miniatures
Candy Bar Wrappers - cut at 1.5" x 3" (you can get 32 wrappers out of a 12x12 sheet of paper)
Cello Bags - size 3.75" x 6" (purchased at Hobby Lobby)
50 Diapers (any size)
2 Receiving Blankets
1 pair of socks
1 4oz or 5oz bottle
1 Baby Washcloth
2 Diaper Pins
1 Toilet Paper Tube
1 Paper Towel Tube
Glue Dots or Terrifically Tacky Tape
I got the instructions from Scrapalette's blog. She walks you through step by step, so check out her instructions HERE.
CARD BOX & THANK YOU CARDS
Metal box from Hobby Lobby
I attached paper & ribbon with Terrifically Tacky Tape
Cards - cut from New Arrival - cut at 7.75" (I made 50 cards/envelopes)
Thank You stamp is from one of My Pink Stamper's stamp sets, I'm not sure which one at the moment.
The images on the gift bags were cut from Car Decals. Sorry, I can't seem to find the piece of paper where I wrote down what sizes I cut these out at. Hopefully I will come across it when I clean up the craft room.
Circles cut from George at various sizes from .25" to 1.5"
Name cut at 1.75" from Nursery Rhymes
I also made a little name banner to put across the front of the gift table, but I didn't get a picture of it. I will have to check to see if anyone else did. I will post it later if I can find one.
Whew .... time to clean up the craft room so I can start on my next projects!
Thanks for looking,