Wobble Wednesday. This week's challenge is to do a baby item (card, LO, party favor, etc.). I actually made 2 cards this week, but I didn't get pictures of the other card before my daughter took it to a shower for a friend of hers. I used the same DCWV paper stack (8x8 Nana's Nursery baby girl stack) for both cards. The other one had a monkey on it (theme of the shower) instead of a onesie. The solid green and pink are from a Martha Stewart 8x8 pack. The onesie was cut from the Cricut Sampler cartridge at 3 1/2"
The card base is a piece of plain white card stock cut in half so it is 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". The corners were rounded using my corner chomper. The green was cut 1/2" shorter on each side and the striped piece was cut 1/2" shorter in height, but 1/4" shorter in width. The green piece was embossed with the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots folder. The squirrel was punched from another piece of paper in the same stack. I inked around the card and squirrel with MS inks. The squirrel is on a piece of foam tape. The onesie is on an Action Wobble. The buttons are from Wal-Mart and the stamp is from Hampton Arts (I think). I had a little trouble with the stamp, but it didn't turn out too awful. (I'm used to using firmer stamps and pushed down a little hard on one end.) The rosette is a piece of scrap ribbon that has stitching down both sides (we all have it). I pulled the thread on one side from both ends and tied it together to make the flower and glued a button in the middle. I used Scotch Quick Dry glue and my pink ATG as adhesives. I stamped two little diaper pins and punched them out with the same MS scalloped circle punch as the squirrel and attached them to the inside of the card.