Coincidentally, we are about to become grandparents for the second time, and, being a Mom to 2 sons, having a male dog, and a husband, I'm hoping just a little for a baby girl. So when I saw this photograph, my mind went into feminine overload and here is what I came up with:
These fabrics are some of my favorite scraps from a pink and green quilt I made a few years ago. I pieced a tiny quilt, cut out a Stampin Up Top Note label shape, and zig-zagged it to the creamy parchment paper backing, adding some lace and the teeny buttons. The sentiment was stamped on the oval label and secured by some organza ribbon. I felt all it needed was these tiny rolled roses, made from BoBunny Tutu Dot.
I spent a happy afternoon putting this together, and if we happen to get another sweet Liam (our first grandson), then that's just fine, too. I'll keep you updated!
Supplies: various fabric scraps, cream parchment and pink cardstock. lace, tiny buttons, precut oval label, pink organza ribbon, Hero Arts CL264 Precious Baby (sentiment), BoBunny Tutu Dot for rolled roses