Monday, February 13, 2012

Babies & Mustaches

It's Monday and I've got a little man in a mustache for you to feast your eyes on ladies.

This year for Christmas I made Liam some pretty sweet baby pacifier mustaches. There's nothing quite as cute as a baby who has a mustache-it's actually hysterical. The best part is that he has this hat the makes him look like a little old man so the mustache was just the icing on the cake!

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For this layout I wanted to try out my new ampersand mask from Studio Calico so I incorporated it into my title. I also used a chalkboard label by American Crafts but honestly had no idea how to write on it. So I took to it with some stamps and white Stampin' Up ink. I've had that ink pad for years but it's still just as juicy as the day I bought it. It's truly awesome.

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The mustaches were super easy to make-just a little brown foam and glue dots-I didn't use a glue gun because I wanted his Mom to be able to boil the pacifiers before he actually used them!

Happy Monday!

xoxo
K

12 comments:

  1. Adorable photo! Love the splatters on the dark background!

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  2. This is adorable! Such a fun page!! :)

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  3. Ha ha--love the picture and the idea of the mustache. Great layout!!

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  4. awwwwwwwwwwwwww.. that very nice.. thanks for sharing..

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  5. The hexagons and the splatter/misting are just great. Cute baby too!
    Did you stamp the word moutaches on the same blue cardstock you matted on? If so how did you get your rectangles so perfect...I really like this!

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  6. What a CUTIE!!! And great misting :)

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  7. Such a cute little one!
    Love the misting on the layout and the hexagons!

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  8. This is TOO CUTE!!!! LOVE what you did here- very funny photo to scrap! The misting and hexagons are FANTASTIC!

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  9. Love it! Love the pop of the pp against the BG and I suddenly like the mustache trend- it IS cute on a baby :P

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  10. What a great LO! Love the hexagons.

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