Stamp Review Crew: Zoo Babies

SRC-Zoo-Babies-bannerWelcome!  No matter how you arrived here (possibly from Stress-Free Stamping with Shana), I am glad to see you! (Remember, you can click the banner above to see a complete list of bloggers who are participating in this hop.)

I’m not kidding around with this Stamp Review Crew blog hop!  This first card is for my BIL’s birthday in … August.  How’s that for working ahead?  As it happens, between now and then, I have nothing but birthdays for girls and women!

So, does the zebra have white stripes on a black body or black stripes on a black body?  Take your pick!

Debra Burgin Black or white stripesAs it happens, my other Zoo Babies card is for a baby, the grandson of my cousin.  I’m not sure what relationship baby Charlie is to me, but it doesn’t really matter.  He is something of a miracle baby and we rejoice with all who love him.  I wouldn’t cut out this image by hand for just anyone!

Debra Burgin Baby elephantNow it’s time to ZOOm over to Bronwyn’s blog, addINKtive designs, to see what she’s done!  Have fun!

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10 Responses to Stamp Review Crew: Zoo Babies

  1. Yapha says:

    Great cards, Debra! I really love the first one with the zebras. Very crisp and clean!

  2. Dawn Tidd says:

    What a great duo! I love the black & white or white & black! And the baby card will be special for the new parents to receive!

  3. Sweet cards! Love the zebra squares!

  4. Mary Alice Bellis says:

    Very cute card, and I don’t know which I like better, the black or white. 🙂 I love the little word bubble for your greeting.

  5. Heidi Baks says:

    Such a cute, simple baby card. I, too, have questioned the zebra dilemma. 🙂 Great idea to go with a B&W theme on the card.

  6. Bronwyn says:

    These cards are ‘out of the box’ cool.

  7. Carol Carriveau says:

    Soooo darn cute!

  8. Betty Traciak says:

    Super idea to use the zebra for a “grown-up” card! Like the spatter accents on the second. I always love your little unexpected surprises on your cards!

  9. Ann Schach says:

    Adorable cards, Deb! I especially love the zebra card…it really shows off the versatility of this set!

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