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Monday, January 27, 2014

Oh, Baby!

Hi, everyone!

I wonder how many of you can see out of all of your windows today?  My upstairs windows are frosted over  completely from the snow & wind we had last night.  I hate not being able to look out the window & see what's going on! And it looks like we have hit the high for the day already, as I see it is 3 above now. They are calling for 10 below tonight again.  I can't remember a winter this cold EVERY day!  Brrrrr!

To change gears today, I have a baby card to share.   I had planned to work on some birthday cards this morning, but a call from a friend changed my mind.  She is about to become a grandma again today.  Her daughter-in-law is in delivery right now. For any of you who have not yet become a grandmother, I want to tell you it is God's way of letting you win the lottery of life.  There is nothing more wonderful in this world! From the first minute you lay eyes on them, they have you wrapped around their finger!

Although I have a whole drawer with just baby stamps, I also have this amazing baby buggy die from Marianne Designs, so I decided to go with that instead.  This is what I came up with.

I started out by embossing polka dots on my card front. Next came a Spellbinders Timeless Rectangle followed by a Marianne Design oval.  A couple of buttons & a touch of blue gingham paper & I was done.

The hungry's are calling me.  Time to go wrangle up some lunch!

Stay warm and have a wonderful week!



  1. I LOVE this baby buggy! What a gorgeous baby card. Reminds me of a beautiful Christening gown. Grandma will love it, too! Sherri, I can't imagine that kind of weather. We are so far from that here. The sky turned gray, and it's a little colder today. They say we might get some sprinkles, but not to expect much.

  2. Sherri, this is gorgeous and I love that baby buggy, and you sure hit the nail right on the head with the Grandma info.

  3. Beautiful baby card! Hopefully, it will warm up soon. That's one thing I really don't miss from the east coast...the cold!

  4. darling Sherri! I love your description of being a grandma! I am smiling so BIG! We used to get frost on our windows at our other house but this one…nope…plenty of air exchange… in other words $$$ out the window! waaahhh… glad the sun is shining today!

  5. I cannot wait to be a Grandma. I think it will be awhile for me. My kids have not interest yet. I love this one. Congrats to your friend. Stay warm. I know it has been brutal there.