Hello my scrappy friends! I hope you're having a great week. Today, I'm hoping on the blog to share another OOAK I made in the past but never shared on the blog. Why .... I have no idea, lol. It's adorable and all about a sweet baby girl. So, for a little scrapbook inspo ... here's my "Welcome Little One" mini album.
I designed this with Carta Bella's Rock A Bye Baby Girl Collection
and a 6x8 inch binder album. Wait until you see this paper collection. It gives me sweet nostalgic feelings with nursery rhymes from my childhood.
Just inside, there's a great first page for a photo of the moment baby comes home. I also added a journaling card for the date, home address, time, or the names of everyone that was there to welcome her.
Doesn't the striped paper on this page feel a little like a 1950's wallpaper in a baby's nursery? I love it and the cute Mother Goose scalloped die cut.
The next page has a wonderful pocket filled with the cutest journaling cards. They have nursery rhymes on them like this one ...
How cute and vintage-y is that!?! I love to use these cards as photo mats - just add your picture to the back side. Or ... use them to journal notes you'll want to remember.
"Any day spent with you is my favorite day. So, today is my new favorite day." - Winne the Pooh
This cute tag is from the frames & tags ephemera. I added the little mint green enamel brad for detail.
More vintage flair with the "Mother Goose and Bows" paper that lines the pocket and the ring around the rosy die cut on the front. For one of the cards in the pocket, I cut the shape of the tabs out in cream cardstock and made another photo mat.
I like mixing shapes on a page to make it more interesting. So here, I added a horizontal rectangular photo mat, a circle for notes, and the vertical rectangle with the Mary Mary card. A few tag stickers at the top tie it all together.
Check out this 12x12 double-sided paper from the collection called "Girl Nursery Rhymes". It's so cute. You can still find it and ... a few other pieces from this line HERE at Frantic Stamper.
Do kids still have any interest in these older nursery rhymes or are they more for us, moms and grandmothers who remember them from our childhood? Hmmm ... either way, this album is girly and precious and I loved making it! Just thought I'd share. 💕
Thanks for stopping by the blog and have a crafty day!