Animal Outing Baby Cards

One of the ways I share my craft with others is to make Baby cards for our executives to sign when anyone in the department has the joy of a new baby in their family.  They receive a hand made baby quilt made by one of the executives, and a card to welcome their little one.


I make up several cards at once so they have a stash. When they get low, they ask for more. In a department of over 500 people, it doesn’t take long to go through 10 cards and 10 blankets.

The cards I’m working on now use a new stamp set called Animal Outing.  I received it for free when I attended On Stage earlier this month.  Free stuff is one of the many benefits for attending a Stampin Up event.

I colored the kangaroo using calypso coral Stampin Blends.  These alcohol markers cannot be ordered right now but will be available again in May, with even  more colors added when the new annual catalog goes live in June.

I used another new stamp set I won at On Stage called Artisan Textures for the background.  The DSP is one of the retiring patterns from the current annual catalog.


Thank you for visiting today.  If you are interested in any of the products I showcased, you can purchase them now if you become a demonstrator.  The best reason to become a demonstrator is you don’t HAVE to sell to others but you do get all the pre-order opportunities, get to attend Stampin Up events and bring home free items, make lots of new friends through the facebook groups and live events and of course enjoy a 20% discount on everything you purchase.  If you are thinking about becoming a demonstrator I hope you contact me to discuss.

Hope you stop in again soon.


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About Lynn

Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.


  1. So sweet in soft Calypso! Great card with gorgeous texture!

    • My others are in pool party, Pink Pirrouette and Daffodil. I’ve not finished them yet. Looking for just the right DSP to go underneath, or make my own pattern is a possibility.
      Thanks Brian.

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