Baby, Card in a Box Style, Handmade Cards

Baby Crib

Dear Crafters,

Baby Girl Card #stampinup

Check out this cute baby girl card in the shape of a baby crib!

I saw something similar on Pinterest but they didn’t have instructions on how to make it, so my effort was totally trial and error, but I’m sure I will make another for a boy, so I will take note of all my measurements.

Baby Girl Card #stampinup     Baby Girl Card #stampinup

I figured it was similar to the card in a box style, so I worked it from there. The ends are 2″ wide and cut with the Scallop Tag Topper Punch. The Hearts Border punch was also used to cut the pink trim.

This card does lie flat and fits into the Stampin’ Up! C6 envelopes!

Baby Girl Card #stampinup

I used the Made With Love stamp set and coordinating Baby’s First Framelits Dies, using So Saffron, Pink Pirouette and Mint Macaron as my colour theme.

Don’t forget to decorate your envelope to coordinate with your card!

Baby Girl Card #stampinup

Please leave a comment below if you like my card today.

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1 thought on “Baby Crib”

  1. Hello Kate. I’m not too sure if you will get to read my comment as it is well over a year since you posted this. I just wanted to say – wow, this is so lovely. Very pretty and delicate for a brand new baby. I is beautiful. I found you while searching on Google and so glad I did. Thank you for giving some guidance as to measurements. I am wondering if you have given more measurement at all or even did a tutorial, that would be fantastic. I have had a little look on your blog but will have another look once I subscribe. But if you do read this I would very much appreciate any pointers you can give me here in the UK. I am looking forward to exploring your blog further. Many thanks and take care.

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