Tuesday, July 24, 2012

DT post by Robin - We're Tickled Pink!

Hello friends, this is Robin from Robin's Creative Cottage, I so happy to share a sweet project with you today here on My Craft Spot.

One of my friends will be having her first baby any day now and it will be a girl!  My daughter and I made a no sew fleece tie blanket for her, it's pink with adorable turtles on it, so couldn't help making a cute turtle shape card to match.

 Did you ever think a turtle could be so adorable?

The crinkle ribbon is Spring Breeze and the cute sentiment is from Kimberly's "New Arrival" Stamp Set, the sentiment on the inside of the card is also from the same stamp set, such a great stamp set for babies!

Both the crinkle ribbon and the New Arrival stamp set can be purchased here on My Craft Spot.

 I've cut the turtle from the Create a Critter Cricut cartridge at 3" tall, using my gypsy I welded two turtles together for the shape card. The face stamp is a sweet Peachy Keen stamp Critter faces medium size. Added a wild Orchid Crafts rose and attached a tiny little safety pin with three tiny beads to the ribbon.

Inside of card

More photos and a video on my blog, come on over and visit me at Robin's Creative Cottage

I always enjoy visiting here at My Craft Spot. Have a wonderfully creative day!


  1. What an adorable blanket and love your card. I'm sure she will be tickled pink when she opens that gift. :) That is something to cherish.

  2. Adorable. Left comment on your blog as well.


  3. What a cute card to go along with the blankie. Love it!

    Peace, Love, & Cricut Hugs!
    Monica L.

  4. Great card to go with the awesome blanket. Love it. TFS

  5. Blanket & card are so cute together. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Yes I did think turtles would be so cute and yours is just that on both the blanket and card.

  7. Love the card and blanket. So adorable.


  8. How cute is this....love it!! Beautiful blanket too!
    Sherrie K

  9. The blanket and card are adorable



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