I do struggle with all things baby and especially Christenings - maybe for me it's because I just cannot find decent artwork to use - it's either clip art in style or photographic - neither of which appeals to my customers - so there is a definite gap in the market for superb baby themed source material.
I have added three photographs below together with a brief recipe for each - feel free to use the design as a whole or in part within your project...I am more than happy to share - just please do not claim my photographs as your own work.
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The fairies are coming!!!
The Cross is set onto a couple of Spellbinder die cut circles using foam pads for dimension - add a little bit of ribbon before sticking to the card blank.
I used a Tonic punch from one of the Petal Pair sets to cut some small pink flowers which I have glued on with a Quickie glue pen - it helps to break up the expanse of white card.
The 'Congratulations' wording is a Brittania die - the baby's name is cut from a Memory box die - the large upper case Parker Alphabet - again one of my favourites as it cuts so well.
I added a gem to the centre of the cross and finished off the card with two lengths of ribbon tied around the spine of the card - the ribbon is in two different widths so it looks layered and really pretty.
The stamp is a really pretty Lily of the Valley rubber stamp which I just highlighted with a Sakura pink glaze pen - this topper is mounted onto two Spellbinder circles - one plain and one scalloped.
Lastly I added a ribbon bow to finish.