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Easy Zoo Crew Baby Card

I needed a baby card and was completely dumbounded on how to make this card since I didn't have any "baby" stamps or paper.  Then I realized that the Charming Sentiments stamp set has a baby greeting and the Zoo Crew Designer Series Paper would work with it's cute and whimsy design.  I bought this Designer Series Paper because the reverse sides are black and white designs, one of my favorite color combinations.

Zoo Crew Baby

I layered my Designer Series Paper to a piece of Lemon Lime Twist cardstock and attached to a Crumb Cake card base.  My greeting was stamped using Night of Navy ink and popped out with a circle die from the Stylish Shapes dies.  I used dimensionals to attach this to a Lemon Lime circle from the Reach for the Stars dies.  I added some Parakeet Party In Color Pearls to keep with the whimsy feel.  

Zoo Crew Baby Inside

The inside greeting is also from the Charming Sentiments stamp set. 

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