Thursday, March 26, 2009

A Onesie, A Bunsie and a Bunny Update

Well, Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter are still under the parsley. (If you didn't see yesterday's post, just scroll down). Our Goldendoodle, Chloe, sniffed out their momma yesterday in the front yard and chased her into the bushes. Thankfully, Chloe doesn't venture in there and comes when called, (um, make that MOST of the time) so Momma escaped unscathed. They don't seem to have moved much last night. I was a bit worried because the sprinkler system came on last night. My DH assured me they'd be fine. We just have a drip line in the herb bed so they don't look like they got wet.

Now onto my project....
I've been absolutely dying to make a onsie card and a Bun in the Oven (Timeless Templates). I just needed the baby!! While I was at the chiropractor's office, a friend of mine said one of her clients was having a baby boy sooooo...I had a baby!!

Oh my gosh, I just LOVE making gift sets! I think it's my favorite thing to do. The oven has a little acrylic door. It actually opens from the bottom up or the entire door piece will just pull out. Inside I rolled up two pair of baby socks to look like a bun, roll or cupcake and put them in a cupcake liner. A third pair of socks is underneath.

I stamped the "burners" using Papertrey's Background Basics Stars. The baby's name is stamped with JustRite Stampers Brayton Font. I made the little "hotpad" tag with a Spellbinder's tiny tag die and chipboard covered with DP. I stamped "happy new baby" using SU's Tiny Talk set.

The onesie base is Papertrey's white CS. The little boat is from SU's Nursery Necessities. The DP and silver brads are from Michael's. The stamp on the bag is from Michael's $1 bin awhile back. The ribbon is American Crafts that I found at Big Lots of all places.

Thanks for stopping by. I'd love to know what you think!

Blessings and Happy Stamping!

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Michelle said...

What a great gift set. Love the creativity on the oven!

Anonymous said...

That bun in the oven is so clever and cute! Wonderful gift set!!

Anonymous said...

Love the bun in the oven. I have tried onsie cards before but never seem to come out as nice as that one. I also LOVE all the pink and black it is inspiring me to go do some more stamping. Keep up the amazing work

Anonymous said...

I think you're brilliant! Love this gift set, Charlene! The burners are so clever, and the onesie is adorable.

Nancy said...

This is a great gift set! Love the little oven. Got a giggle over your post title. :)

Unknown said...

so so cute!

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