Tuesday, November 15, 2016

The Toy Shelf

The holidays are getting closer and closer...and my children are circling their favorites in catalogs and spending a lot of time perusing the toy aisles in anticipation of what might arrive under the tree. Karen B. from The Bald Dragonfly here today, bringing a cute card inspired by a child's toy shelf

I started with a turquoise card base with the fold to the left, rather than the top. I then die cut a white scalloped border and the "shelf" from MFT's Die-namics Blueprint #27 from white cardstock. (I love the sweet stitching and dainty scallops of this versatile die set!-how about you?) I then stamped, Copic colored and die cut the little girl and stuffed bear from Neat & Tangled's Better Together Stamp Set and dies. I also added some "stuffed toys" from Lawn Fawn's Cheery Christmas Stamp Set. (There are dies for these too, however, I fussy cut these images with a white border.)

I tucked all the toys in the shelves, and then adhered the girl with dimensional adhesive. To finish the card, I stamped a greeting from Better Together and outlined the sentiment with a white Signo Uni-ball pen.

Just a quick reminder, if you see something that is out of stock at the store, I encourage you to click the "Put Me On The Waiting List" button so that Vanessa knows you absolutely need this item and try to order more!


  1. This is sooo sweet, Karen! Love how you were inspired!

  2. Now how CUTE is this?! Love it Karen!

  3. Such a brilliant use for those frame dies! Karen rocks!