Sweet Baby Cards

TGIF! I’ve had a great week and I am really looking forward to the weekend any my son’s birthday party, it is hard to believe that 8 years ago I became a mom, wow, I’ve had babies on the brain I guess and was inspired to make these cards with my brand new Sweet Baby SVG set:

Templates: SWeet Baby CArds (Lindsay's Stamp stuff), Pattern paper: BoBunny

These cards a quick to cut with your Cricut machine and SCAL software or you can cut them by hand using the included printable templates. The scalloped oval and circle layers are included in the Sweet Baby CArds kit too.

here is a look at the rattle card right side up;)

Here is the card open, the top scallop circle lifts up to giva a space for a greeting

Another cool thing about these templates is that the diaper card can be used as a favor pouch just by changing the score lines.  See the printable templates for directions.

This set qualifies for the following challenges:Card of the Week (die cutters), Craft Garden (pink ribbon-diaper card), Lots to do (shaped cards), MelJens , top tip tuesday (anything goes) and scrappekammeret (something girly)

Here is a look at the Sweet baby Cards SVG set:

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

17 Responses

  1. Hi, Lindsay! These are absolutely adorable!!!! Love the diaper card/favor pouch – fabuous and too cute!! 🙂


  2. What a sweet little set! Love the colors you used – so bright and fun! I can’t believe your sweet boy is already 8 years old! Happy Birthday, Kiddo!! Enjoy your day!


  3. Fabulous set of shaped cards Lindsay

    Thanks for sharing with the Lotstodo Challenge x Hilda


  4. Terrific cards wonderful shapes for baby girls and boys that rattle is adorabel and the diaper (we say nappy) is very clever. Love them thank you for sharing with us at Lots to do xx Zoe


  5. WOW these are fabulous!!

    Thank you for joining us at Top Tip Tuesday – good luck!

    Leanne xx


  6. WOW beautiful cards!
    Thanks for joining us at Scrappekammeret!
    Hugs, Anette 😉


  7. Wow Linsay Thease cards are fabulous I love them xx
    thanks for sharing with us on lotstodo Alison


  8. Brilliant shaped cards , were these made from templates they are great. Just awaiting the birth of my new grandchild , these would be perfect for that , i love them


  9. Simply adorable! I especially love the rattle card! Thanks for participating in the Anything Goes Challenge at Meljen’s Designs!

    Dianna, DT Member @ Meljen’s Designs


  10. So cute. xx


  11. Wow, these are adorable!


  12. Those sure are very sweet baby cards! Just adorable!


  13. What gorgeous work, totally love the pink and green combo. xx


  14. You really have got some gorgeous shaped cards there. Thanks so much for sharing. Off for another look and to sign up as a follower.


  15. Faux Brads…awesome!


  16. awesome & adorable nice crafts , please advise me on how to make it using what maching ?

    thanks and nice blog


    • Hi Maha,
      Thanks for the comment. My first advise on making the cards and favor “diaper” is to choose cardstock weight double sided paper because both sides of the paper shows. I used patterned paper from BoBunny but you can use what you have. If you can’t find any double sided paper you can rubber stamp cardstock and make your own or find some digital paper you like and simply print it on both sided of white cardstock. Be sure to print a different but coordinating pattern on each side. Then just use the templates in the kit to make the cards and favors. Good luck!


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