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Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Teddy Bo Tuesday

I am a little late with my post today....but hey, got there in the end. 
I started these milk cartons a few days a go but was feeling unwell and never got to finishing them until today. My Daughters friend as just had her baby. These are ideal for small gifts like vests or bibs to fit inside. 
The lovely Kerry over at A load of old pickle as done a tutorial which is very easy. Mine is slightly smaller. I used a A4 card stock but cut to 10 1/2 inches by 8 inches and scored at 2 1/2" - 5" - 7 1/2 " and 10". then turned clock wise and scored at 2 1/2" - 5" and 7 1/2". Do take a look at her tut though - saves me making one up and her cards are amazing too.


Used spotty backing paper and Baby Bea. Bea is already coloured and of course available at www.teddybo.com
Flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts.




 How exciting for us all at Teddy Bo to have appeared in "Cardmaking and Papercraft".  Page 17
So I'd like to thank everyone old and new who have actually made this happen. You all have made some wonderful cards, so do keep them coming.


 
So....what's new in the store this week?!!??!










We've also got a Royal Wedding Bo & Bea that can be used for many other situations...there are 5 variations of the graphic included








Happy Crafting Bloggers. Catch you all again soon
Hugs Tammy
xx

6 comments:

  1. Hi Tammy, These are adorable :-) I love this cute Bea image. Saw this tutorial on Kerry's blog - really must try it.

    Lisa x

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous honey....hope you're feeling better and that the girls are still looking after you..xxxx

    Gayle x

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  3. Totally adorable Tammy....love the image and the wee cartons...just so cute!

    hugs Vicky xx

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  4. Wow these are adorable and what a gorgeous gift for the new baby!!! Love them Chanelle xxx

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  5. All gorgeous, sweet cards and I love the cartons!
    Clairexx

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  6. Oooh! totally adorable. I think that's already been said! Gorgeous gift idea.

    Thanks for the link to the tutorial.

    Edna x

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Thanks for stopping by....do leave a comment and come back soon. Tammy xx