I found this beatuful card on Jackie Topa's website. She is such an inspiration to me right now! If my instructions below are hard to follow just check out her blog, she did a video explaining the steps!
My little brother is having his first child any day now so I can't wait to send this card to them. I already have a little gift pile started just waiting for the phone call that lets me know he has arrived!
Here is the card!
105120 Bashful Blue
101650 Very Vanilla
102128 Chocolate Chip
105209 Bashful Blue Ink
101179 Basic Black Ink
105115 Stampin Write markers Pumpkin Pie
100058 Stampin write markers Tempting Turquoise
100052 Stampin Write markers Real Red
119677 Stampin Write markers Daffodil Delight
118481 Crochet Trim Victoria 5/8 ribbon
122941 Mini Brads
121006 Brights Glimmer Brads
123225 Easy Events Stamp Set
120006 Heard from the Heart Stamp Set
121952 A slice of Life stamp set
101610 Stamping Sponge
119851 Curly Label Punch
116631 Paper-Piercing Tool
104152 Paper Trimmer
1.Cut the Bashful Blue card stock to 5½ x 8½ .
2.Using your paper trimmer cut in the center (2¾ ) from 1” to 5¼“.
3.Turn the paper to the long side and score 1” and 2” from the edge to the cut line.
4.Fold the step and then fold the card in half and use your bone folder to make your folds sharp.
5.To create the drawers cut Very Vanilla at ¾ x 2” sponge the edges with Bashful Blue ink. Using your paper piercer poke holes for the mini brads.
6.Adhere the drawers to the large side of the dresser.
7.Cut one piece of chocolate chip cardstock to 2¾ x 2¾.
8.Cut one piece of very vanilla 2½ x 2½, adhere to the chocolate chip card stock.
9.Stamp the “For Baby” in basic black ink.
10.Color the duck using the Stampin write markers.
11.Stamp the baby outfit onto whisper white and color using Stampin Write markers.
12.Using tombow glue the “for baby” to the step.
13.Cut shape out with Paper Snips.
14.Attach baby outfit to the top of the “for baby” side of the card.
15.Create a bow push the brad through the bow, adhere to dresser.
16.Punch the bottom of the large dresser with the curly label punch to create the “legs” of the dresser.