Over the Moon - Serendipity Stamps

When I joined the Serendipity Design Team, Mary Lee the owner generously sent me some extra stamps.  Among them was a stamp I absolutely love and had a card all pictured in my head as soon as I saw it.  I used to love to read nursery rhymes to my children and Hey Diddle Diddle was one of their favorites.  The Cow Jumping Over The Moon (Cow) image is so cute and was a cinch to color and cut out.  Here's my card"
Serendipity Stamps Cow Baby Boy
Isn't that a cute image for a baby card?  I know...more gingham.  Just about every baby card I make has gingham on it, I can't seem to help myself!  I added the moon which is embossed with a Cuttlebug Swiss Dot embossing folder and did a little zig zag stitching to make it stand out a little bit better.  The blue panel is embossed with a Canvas impression plate and the clouds are super sparkly with lots of chunky glitter.  The sweet sentiment (Baby Boy) is from Serendipity Stamps.  I plan to use this image on a scrapbook page for my niece's new baby boy one day soon, wouldn't that be cute? 


Joyce said...

This is over the moon cute and sweet. I love all those stars surrounding the cow, and that blissful expression on her face. You are getting to be quite the pro on baby cards. Keep em coming...

Marybeth said...

Adorable! I love the gingham on a baby card, its almost a , must have. You did a wonderful job on this and how fun to get those stamps on the mail. Love that fun cow.

Jeanne J said...

This is so sweet Cathy! Love all the sparkle - the embossed moon - the blue gingham - and oooh your pretty stitching!!! So many pretty details - you are making these stamps really shine - making me want them all!

Sharron said...

Oh, you can never go wrong using gingham! And the swiss dot embossing moon looks so sweet. What a fabulous way to use the cow stamp! You are doing such a wonderful job showcasing your Serendipity stamps.

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