17 posts categorized "Baby"


Mon 25

Layouts using Memory Box dies

Hello dear friends! Its Evgenia Petzer with you today and I wanted to share with you something  a bit different- the layouts that I did for my youngest son, both of them use Memory Box dies and I picked the white paper for that, so they can really pop out more.


Lots of fussy cutting from the papers and the elegant dies just suit this album perfectlyG45_2

Memory Box products used:

  • 99149 Sketchy rings
  • 99142 Pennington Rose Border
  • 99133 Sunrise Poppy


Have a lovely scrappy day, 



Fri 27

Baby card

Hello dear friends! Its Evgenia Petzer with you today with my simple baby card.


The butterfly was a leftover from the die cutting with a Blissful Butterfly Border (98878) and just fitted the top of the mobile perfectly.

The blue stripes pattern is a fabric, so in real life the card has a nice soft texture as well.

Memory Box Dies used:

baby script (98866)

Precious Mobile (98760)

Blissful Butterfly Border (98878)


DS-Pool (77909)

See you soon






Sat 31

Broad Stripes and Bright Stars...


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Pam here...Take a look at the new Star Garlands die  Isn't it grand!  Sorry if you have the Star Spangled Banner stuck in your head for the rest of the day...rehearsing for the 4th of July! : )


 I used the words from the happy and birthday cloud dies and the Classic Uppercase alphabet for USA. 

Memory Box White A2 Notecard for the card base... Cranberry and Sapphire notecards for the die cuts and Silver glitter cardstock for the Star Garlands.

I had to try another card with the Star Garlands too... welcome baby!


On this card I only used half of the
Star Garlands cut.  Then I used the Parker lowercase Alphabet to spell baby and Alphabet Soup to spell out the name.

The Baby Carriage die is cut from white and mounted on a Cherry Blossom A2 NotecardThe Rattle and Duck are cut from the Baby Stuff die.  I accented the rattle and the centers of the carriage wheels with a RV21 Copic marker.

The 'rug' the carriage is on is from the Palace Oval Frame Set.

I'm having a blast creating with the new Summer 2014 release!  It sounds like they are arriving at stores everywhere!  Happy creating to you and Thanks for looking today!



Wed 26

Boy, Oh, Boy Baby Suit

Hello, Everyone!

Yesterday I had an Epic Fail with my post (as in I forgot to upload the actual picture of my card). I apologize for being such a dimwit!!! So here's a repost of yesterday's post. This time with a picture of my card.

I hope....

Aaaaaanyway, let go right ahead and get into it!

And here we are at Day Three of the Blog Blitz featuring the new 2014 Spring and Summer Memory Box dies and stencils! 

I made a bunch of cards, but I'm sharing my Baby Boy card today. If you'd like to see my Baby Girl card, check out my blog.


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Memory Box die (Baby Suit), stencil (Stars Starry Nights), stamp (Boy Oh Boy), and cardstock; Ink: Ranger Distress Peacock Feathers (Ranger); Accent: gem (Mark Richards); Other: foam dimensional squares

Leave a comment to this post for a chance to win the Baby Suit die. Every blog post this week will have a chance to win a prize. The deadline for submitting comments is 10:00 p.m. EST on Sunday, March 30th.  Winners will be announced here on Monday, March 31st.  Good luck!

Don't forget to check back later today for the afternoon post and keep comin' back for the rest of the week to see the magic (and get in the running for a prize)!

Thanks for stopping and have a blessed day!



Sat 22

Welcome Baby!


We are gearing up for our new release blog party that will start Monday March 24. Be sure to check in a few times a day for awesome samples using the new stencils and dies that MB has just released and for some great prizes!

My card today is a bit of a tease. It combines old with the new. I rarely need a baby card, but I always keep a few in my stash just in case. This CAS ( and yes it was clean and simple and clean and fast) I used one section of the texture wave stencil #88520 and the just released die mama and baby ducks # 98868. I sponged the waves with blues and greens and added a glimmery look with a touch of my wink of stella pen and popped the die cut mama and baby duck and the sentiment. Finally a touch of bling and voila!

Be sure to check out the upcoming blog blitz for the latest stencils and dies from Memory Box!



Thu 21

Precious little bundle

Hello dear friends! Its Evgenia Petzer with you today with a soft baby girl card.

I started with a plain white cardstock...



Memory Box products:


  • Baby Carriage (98528)
  • Fresh Foliage (98502)
  • Palace Oval Frame Set (98538)

Paper: MO-Bubblegum (77892)


Warm hugs,



Wed 05

Baby girl

Hello dear friends! Its Evgenia Petzer with you. Today I want to share with you a soft pretty almost shabby chic card for a litte princess.



As usual, lots of layers and little details, i just love how much details you can get by using dies. and should you need a bunch of these cards, you can easily recreate them...

Memory box products used:

Baby Carriage (98528)

Chesapeake Circle (98449)

Honeyblossom Sprig (98333)

and paper DOT-Bubblegum (77890)


Warm hugs,



Thu 16

Coaster Word Book...



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I woke up this morning with this fun idea to start a wordbook.  Kids love colorful little books and the new dies from Memory Box make up so cute!

For the house page, I used the New Village House, the NEW Evergreen Landscape and the lower case Parker Alphabet.  


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For the school page, I used the NEW School of Fish, NEW Big Splash Border and the lower case Parker Alhpabet.


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Memory Box card-stock I used... 
Key Lime Gingham
Pool Dots
Mango Dots
Squash Dots 

You can see all the Memory Box products online HERE...

I used 4x4 coasters, a little piece of old penmanship paper to place the word school on and the Bind it All.

Thanks for stopping by today!  Happy stamping and creating!


Fri 10

O' Baby!

  It's a baby themed card today--- Memory Box's Spring collection offers some adorable baby dies and I combined a few to create this sweet birth announcement.  Of course, you could make it for a boy with a few changes--add the new kites, stars and blue papers. 

This would make a wonderful baby shower gift for the new mother.  Just add the baby's birth date and weight after the baby's arrival.


I think my favorite element is the bow---very sweet and delicate!

And here's a peek at the inside of the card...don't you just love those peas in a pod?  It would be a nice touch to add a photo of the new baby on the inside cover page.  


Dies Used:

Baby Carriage #98528

Geneva Vine #98595

Classic Lower Alphabet #98560

A Pea in the Pod 98623

Tiny Bow #98623

Papers Used:

Bubblegum Gingham #77891

Taffy Pink #44043

Dove Grey #44053

Sage #44037

Dill #44010

Happy Friday!



Thu 07

More Spring cards...

Well, the snow does not want to quit here in New England.  We are getting ready for another storm.  I am ready for Spring...  It is however Spring in my craft room.  Flowers, butterflies and happy colors.  In my last post, I said I would share more details on the other cards from my last class.  This cards uses the beautiful new Baby Carriage die (#98528).  It is such a sweet die!  I cut it from a pretty floral paper from Little Yellow Bicycle.  I then sanded it gently to help highlight some of the embossed details of the buggy. I colored the wheels with a silver sharpie marker to distinguish them from the rest of the buggy. The Modern Landscape Border (#98257) cut from pool Moroccan paper makes a nice backdrop for the buggy.


Here is a detail shot of the "sky".


I cut the Puffy Clouds (#98172) out of the background and used foam tape to pop them slightly askew so that the floral background paper peeks through. The blue clouds on the white background were created using Brilliance Pearlescent Sky ink and and foam sponge.  I used the back of the cut out clouds as masks and sponged the blue moving the cloud around and repeating to get a natural look.  I stamped "Welcome Little One" (#B1749) in black ink on one of the clouds.  The card base is Peony.  I really like that this cards is good for a baby boy or girl.  It has a lot of dimension in real life that is hard to capture in photos. 

I have a class coming up Thursday evening, March 14th at Ink About It .  If you are local, I'd love to have you join us.  We'll be making more Spring cards that will be great for Easter, Mother's day etc. using more of the fabulous new dies.

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Thanks for stopping by.  If you have any questions, leave them in the comment section and I'll answer them there.