This card may look familiar to you if you subscribe to the Cricut magazine or were able to get your hands on the premier copy. This was a shameless scraplift...although I did change a few things, of course....gotta make it my own, you know!
This card is sized at 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 inches. I used some kraft cardstock for the card base, cut a rectangle slightly smaller than the card base and ahered another Kraft rectangle on top (which I'd run through my Cuttlebug with the Swiss Dots embossing folder.
I didn't have any cloud paper but I had a cute cloud stamp from the Jillibean Blossom Soup which was co-branded with Unity (love my Unity stamps!) and was stamped randomly on a 3 1/4" square of aqua paper.
Using the Straight From the Nest Cricut Cartridge I cut the clothesline at 3" in brown, white, and pink. I cut off the actual clothesline and cut the clothes from the white and pink papers. I used some brown twine to make the clothesline rope. I cut the grass at about 1 1/2" and adhere all to the front of the card. The scalloped punch along the bottom of the pink paper was done with a Fiskars border punch. I wrapped some twine around the bottom of the grass and used some to tie through a button. The word "baby" is from a set of clear Heidi Grace stamps I have and was stamped on a 1" circle of white cardstock which was adhered to the medium scalloped circle punch by Fiskars.I added a little bling because that's what we do!
I just think it turned out soooo cute...and I know my daughter will love it!