The Bella Blvd I had in my stash had some cute 3" x 4" die-cut images on them and one of them grabbed my attention as a great image to turn into a baby card. That made for an easy and fast card to put together, inspired by the Sunday Stamps #128 sketch. I had a chipboard heart that I found while cleaning supplies that had stayed on my desk and the shape was great to fit with the background paper so I embossed it with two coats of white embossing powder and added two matching brads on it.
The sentiment was created with a cute image from the Little Additions Stamp set, and then I stamped the word "baby" with an alphabet set to finish the sentiment.
The image was fitting a little too snuggly on a regular 4-1/4" x 5-1/2" card, so I changed my card size to a 4-1/2" x 5-1/4" size and use the Envelope Punch Board to make a matching envelope. I rearranged my stamp room closet a big and got my 12x12 plastic drawers out of the closet and directly into the room. I think it's be easier to rummage through my paper scraps when making projects and put them to better use. This is what I did for my envelope here, looked at my green scraps (they're arranged by colours) and found a piece big enough for punch the envelope out of.
Stamps: Petits plus (Little Additions - Stampin' Up!), Alphabet (Studio G)
Cardstock: Night of Navy, Whisper White, Peekaboo Peach, Green Galore
Patterned Papers: Cute Baby Boy (Bella Blvd.)
Ink: Night of Navy, Whisper White
Accessories: White Embossing Powder, Bold and Brights Brads,
Stampin' Dimensionals, Bakers' Twine (Doodlebug Design), Chipboard Heart,
Envelope Punch Board, Stampin' Write Markers