Welcome Baby with Circle of Spring

If you need to welcome a new baby, the Circle of Spring stamp set and Wonderful Wreath Framelits will create a card that is as cute and sweet as the baby!  You’ll find this stamp set in the new 2015 Annual Catalog, which is full of exciting new supplies and tools for cardmakers and paper crafters.  If you’re like me and love coloring stamped images, then you’ll find it hard to resist this stamp set!

Welcome baby card with Circle of Spring stamp set by Stamping Madly

This is the same card as I showed in Monday’s post:  Don’t Miss Another NewsletterNewsletter subscribers got access to the tutorial for the card, but with a sentiment inside the wreath instead of the baby.  Doesn’t it make the perfect frame for a newborn?  Little Eliana was 2 weeks old in this photo.

The camera didn’t pick up the colors very well, but you can see them better in this closeup:  Lost Lagoon, Wisteria Wonder, and Old Olive with a card base of Blackberry Bliss.

Detail of wreath and baby photo in Circle of Spring card from Stamping Madly

You probably saw another version of this card using Watermelon Wonder in the post that gives ordering information about the stamp set and Framelits.  Use this link to see it:  Circle of Spring All Occasions CardThe Framelits can be purchased bundled with a holiday set, Wondrous Wreath (#137624), but Circle of Spring doesn’t come in a bundle.

Here’s a video that will help you cut and stamp the wreath.  There’s a little trick to getting them to line up correctly.

Click on the images below to order your Circle of Spring stamp set and Wonderful Wreath Framelits today!

Circle of Spring photopolymer stamp set from Stampin' Up!

Wonderful Wreath Framelits from Stampin' Up!

Welcome that new baby in style with the Circle of Spring stamp set and Wonderful Wreath Framelits!

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2 Responses to Welcome Baby with Circle of Spring

  1. Joann July 22, 2015 at 11:30 pm #

    I want to thank you for the tip on aligning the stamp with the framelet by first cutting out the center of the wreath. I had to make twelve of these for a shoebox share and I was very happy the stamped image was centered right on. I appreciate you sharing.

    • Sage July 23, 2015 at 8:35 pm #

      Sounds like the video was really good timing for you. Thanks for the feedback!

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