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1st Christmas

Just finished this card tonight and thought I'd share it with you. It's for my friend's baby girl and yes, you've guessed it, it will be her first Christmas (she's only eight weeks old - aaah!). It's taken me nearly three hours to make from start to finish because of all the die cutting and fiddly sticking together but I'm pleased with it.

Have used a pale pink and white Bazzill c.s. with some mirriboard for the background with the top most layer of pink c.s. being embossed with Cuttlebug snowflakes folder. The snowflakes and "1st" have been cut using my Cricut, George and Basic Shapes from white and a slightly darker shade of pink Bazzill cardstock. The bear is die cut from brown and black Bazzill cardstock and the face drawn by hand and his hat is a Quickutz elf hat with a little bit of glitter. The sentiment is part of a Merry Christmas stamp by Doodlebug and finally, I added a couple of little jewels to the snowflakes. I do like making baby cards especially little girl ones - must be 'cause I'm Mum to two boys!


Kim said…
Beautiful Jo, what a lovely keepsake....
Jose said…
A lovely sweet and beautiful card.
** Isa ** said…
I'm sure her parents are going to treasure this for her to keep. This is sooooooooooooo cute. Love it.

Isa x
funky doodles said…
beautiful card its soooooooo cute, All your cards are gorgeous :)

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