Sunday, July 3, 2011

Beautiful Borders!


Afternoon! Its a beautiful sunny Sunday for me. Very cold start but at the moment looks just beautiful. I love winter sun. Brightens up the day but not hot. I got all my washings done and clothes are on the clothes line drying. House is all dusted, cleaned and vacuumed. Lunch is cooking. So I am all happy. You know what that means..... lol! Yes, I did craft :)
These are  two baby onesie tags.


These are made using Papertrey Ink's baby onesie die and banner dies. I recently saw a baby wearing an onesie on Pinterst which inspired me to make these tags. Here is the image of the baby from Pinterest.


I love the grey scalloped neck design and so wanted to try it on paper.

I am so in love with the Baby Onesie die. Idea bulbs light up in my head everytime I see the die lol!  You may see more onesie projects on my blog this week. Just a warning for you :)
 I am entering these for Moxie Fab World Challenge- Beautiful Borders. If you like to play along the challenge, here is the link to the challenge.
Thanks for stopping by! See ya soon!
Have a wonderful weekend!

P.S. I have another post today, click here to see my second post.

Luv!
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11 comments:

Arlene said...

Gayatri, these are precious! Love the colors you used. :)

Arlene.

Hussena said...

oh these are so so cute.

Keva said...

Oh my gosh, these are SOOO cute! I absolutely love both of these.

Terri said...

Super cute. Love how you used the banner shapes to decorate them.

Karen C. said...

So sweet ... and wonderful bright colours too!!

Jen said...

Uber Cute! Thought of entering this into CR84FN challenge? Clever bee!

Gina said...

Adorable!!!! And using the banner shapes as the scallops? Brilliant!

Rebecca Geile said...

Wow! These look great!

paperella said...

So, so cute! And the pic you used as inspiration is lovely!

Cath said...

Hey Gayatri! Thanks for linking this up to the Beautiful Borders challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

Katie Gehring said...

These are so sweet! I am going to have to try this soon (hosting a baby shower in a couple weeks.) Thank you for the inspiration!