Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Baby Casting Decoupage

I was asked by one of the gals at the CT Humane Society to make something to showcase her new baby's foot and hand casting.  I had never seen this type of casting before, but OMG - they are so adorable! What a great way to stop that moment in time, huh???

Well, this is what I came up with:


I bought a wood box from Joann's and then covered it with paper from Stemma with decoupage.  I used a few border punches around the edges and on the corners.  I used a corner punch for the four corners and added some bling on each.

I cut out her name with my Sizzlet "curly girl" dies and then glued the castings on with E600 glue.  I didn't take a picture from the other sides, but two of the ends have hand prints and the other two have footprints.

I'm pleased with the result! I will be bringing this up to Tania today - so hopefully she'll be happy with it too!
Thanks for stopping by today!!
Maria

6 comments:

Kathy Braun and Lucky said...

Love the box and that paper is just perfect, she will love it!

Cheryl said...

She is going to LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it. What a great way to keep these memories. I am sure she will treasure it.

jimlynn said...

She's going to be VERY happy, I'm sure! I've never seen this type of casting before either!! So unique. You did a fabulous job.
Lynn

Lynn McAuley said...

How awesome is that!!!! What a beautiful way to showcase these amazing castings!! Perfect, Maria!!

helloholley said...

awwww....this is precious!!! I'm sure she will totally fall in love with it!!! Very cute idea!

Irena said...

Wow this is gorgeous.

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