Sunday, September 18, 2011

Precious Little Baby

I just love newborn babies.  What could be sweeter?  They are so small, tender, and helpless; not to mention that they smell SO GOOD.  I would never get tired of holding a newborn baby.  Some day, God will hopefully bless me with Grandchildren.  But until then, I have to get my fill of holding other people's newborns.

The challenge this week over at Creative Card Crew was to make a baby related creation.  I chose to make this sweet little door hanger for a baby's room.  I used Prima patterned paper, Prima flowers, hand cut a lamb out of felt (a design I created with a friend), made the eyes by tying french knots from DMC floss, added a few buttons to the lamb, inked the edges, computer printed the sentiment on Bazzill and adhered it, and then added some hand-made scrunched seam binding.  It looks so cute hanging on the doorknob of baby's nursery.
You can read all about this fun challenge by clicking on this link: and see the other beautiful creations that have been entered.  I also entered this door hanger in the challenge over at Bearly Mine Challenges #19 - Button It Up.  You can read the details of this challenge by clicking right here: and you won't want to miss out on all the fun.  These are two great challenges for everyone to enter.

Thanks for stopping by to take a peek.  And do me a favor, love on a newborn baby for me.  They are SO yummy and precious gifts from God, aren't they?

God Bless Your Day,



  1. very cute!! I too love all things baby related:)

  2. I couldn't agree more - I love babies. Your door hanger is beautiful. Hazel x

  3. Lovely door hanger, I have some of those too. Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog.
    Thank you for joining us at Creative Card Crew for this challenge
    Margaret :o)

  4. This is smashing Karen what a super creation loving that image and buttons thank you for joining us at Bearlymine Challenges
    Lorraine x

  5. Oh my giddy aunt Karen, this is so adorable. Lee x

  6. Way cute! Thanks for joining us at Bearly Mine, and good luck with the Challenge.