Pink Baby Bottle Shaker Card with Trinity Stamps

Saturday, June 1, 2024

I'm not necessarily a big - project a color on your kid - kinda person, but I know that pink is pretty popular color for baby girls and baby showers. So I wanted to share a very pink card with a mix of older and new Trinity Stamps products! I actually made this yesterday evening while watching Craft Roulette and I was so excited that I could alter a couple things to make it work for the parameters this week.

The parameters this week were to make an A2 card (easy peasy), colors to be inspired by a French cafe, an element of June, and polka dots. When I think of a French cafe, I think pink and frilly with poodles, so I leaned into pink - plus June 23rd is apparently National Pink Day so we went all in! For polka dots, I used bokeh dot embellishments as we as some Pops of Color as dots around the card.

You can watch my process in a short video down below, but I started with stamping my background image on some white cardstock in pink ink. I shaded the bottom of the design with the same color ink and trimmed it down to 3x4-1/4". Then I cut a piece of pink cardstock to 3-1/8x4-1/4" and layered them together onto an A2 card base.

I made my shaker baby bottle with pink, apricot and white cardstock. I added a little bit of glittery details with sparkle cardstock and filled the bottle with some heart and circle embellishments in pink and iridescent colors. I adhered the shaker bottle to the card and layered on my die cut and stamped sentiment. Finally, I added a few Pops of Color to add just a little bit more pink to the white spaces of the card.

Hopefully this card will bring you a smile today and give you some inspiration if you need a baby shower or new baby card!



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