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Sunday, April 21, 2013

Go Duckies!

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Go Ducks!

I am chronically late with baby gifts--I know it is so bad... My goal is to acknowledge the new baby before they graduate from college LOL! I am somewhat proud that this is a baby gift for a little baby boy just a few months old!!!

I found this mini album on Pinterest and the video on You Tube. Very fun!!! I did use SU! cardstock and I think it is too heavy for this mini-or I need to adjust the gussets to be a wee bit wider.  I would suggest maybe Bazzil cardstock as the perfect weight to use.   Because my cardstock was thicker, I had to use ribbon to close this little mini album, otherwise I would have used magnet closures. Each pocket has a square photo mat that pulls out.

I actually envision this mini as an  Oregon Duck "Gwamma" brag book-imagine that!?!  I stamped the Duck In Tow stamp several times and used the complete image on the front, and then cut single duckies to add inside.

I cut the letters and little feet with my Silhouette.  The designer paper is Teresa Collins Chic Bebe Boy.

I hope you enjoyed this little duckie project!

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See you next week!

card details


F294 Duck in Tow by Great Impressions
C373 Tiny Yawns
Cardstock: SU! and Teresa Collins Chic Bebe Boy
Ink: Versafine Onyx, Memento Black
Yellows- Y08,17,38  YR68
Misc: SU!  ribbon, popdots
Silhouette-Baby Feet


Jenny said...

This is just ducky Sue!

Mary Marsh said...

This is such a great idea for a little gift for a new Mom-and all she has to do is drop in some photos.

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Sparkly Engineer said...

I'm late with baby cards too. I like the idea of managing before college. I think I can work with that deadline.

This card is totally adorable. I love the little duckie with the blue and the way this card opens up is superdy-duperdy kewl.


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