Sunday, June 7, 2009

The Pink Elephant Challenge

Here is a gift card holder for a new baby that uses pink, brown and white.

The brown stock is a rich chocolate brown textured cardstock from American Crafts. The pink stock was white on the reverse, so you have space to write a personal greeting.

The small blocks were made with nestabilities dies.

The scallop edges are from Fiskars and Martha Stewart.

White faux stitching - Uniball white pen.

The stork and Congrats are the same stamp, I just trimmed out the stork, prismacolored the "package" and stamped the congrats separately with Versamark ink and white embossing powder.


Here is a pix of the inside too. Click on the pix to enlarge.

Visit a new challenge group for me called The Pink Elephant.
Disclaimer: I made this type of card for another challenge too for the Stampin Out Alzheimer's website and liked it so much I thought I would share it again. I am going to make one in baby blue... traditional I know.


LORi said...

This is ADORABLE!!! Thanks so much for joining us at TPE!!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Your gift card holder is, very lovely.

Ann said...

Oh so special - I love it. It's cute and the colours are so classy for a baby gift.
Ann xxx

Summerthyme Studio said...

That is Beautiful!!!

Jeanne Couch said...

What a gorgeous card!! TFS xx

Carol said...

Fabulous gift card holder and perfect for our challenge :) Thanks for playing along....

carol x

Robin said...

This is fantastic! What a great idea! Thanks for sharing it with us at TPE!

Nancy Sanders said...

Wow your gift card holder is just adorable and so stunning.

tina said...

This is way too cute! I love that white ink on the brown paper! Great effect!

Courtney Baker said...

I love this gift card holder! So cute.