Sunday, November 2, 2008

Baby Boy Album

Look at this great Baby Boy album. It's all BOY! Oh Boy! The Baby Bottle shaped lettering is computer printed using fonts from D.J. Inker. Isn't it cute? The On Board Bitty Book was transformed into this cute Baby gift. Yes, I used White latex interior house paint for the exposed edges of the chip board album outside and inside. I've done this before on other Bitty Book albums. It would have been a challenge to match the light blue so contrast white color worked out much better.
This close-up front of the album case with spinning effect on the "welcome little one". The small onesie also has pieced designer paper to match the top note.
This is the side view of the album (album is in the case). The ends of the 1/4" satin ribbon are baseball, football, soccer, and basketball beads. Like it?
This onesie is on the outside of the album. This personalized "P" is cut and pieced onto the stamped designer paper.
This is the inside front album.
This is the album inside back cover.
I will be making 3 of these for 3 separate baby boys! They will obviously have different names. Darn - I don't have to make any little girl albums.
Supplies used:
  • Stamps (all retired): Background Basics, A Little Love, So Many Scallops, By Ones & By Twos, Riveting
  • CS: Bliss Blue (retired), Bashful Blue, Whisper White, Designer Paper (retired Hostess Stack)
  • Ink: Black, Staz on Black
  • Accys: Scallop Punch, Circle Punches used:1-3/8", 1-1/4", 1", 3/4", 5/8", Word Window, Dimensionals, 2 Pennies, Big Shot Top Note Die, Glue Stick, 1/8" satin Ribbon, Plastic Ball Beads, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Glue Dots

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