Saturday, 8 June 2013

Lily of the Valley Christening card

Hello everyone,

I'm sorry that posts are still a bit scarce round here but other things are demanding attention right now. However, as we attended a Christening last week, I had to make a card for gorgeous baby Joshua, and pulled out my Lily of the Valley Christening stamp.

I used Nestabilities Labels 10 to stamp the baby on and used a technique I saw somewhere online to have the Christening robe hang over the edge of the die cut rather that be cut off on its journey through the die cut machine. For some reason the baby looks a bit suntanned in the photo but its a lot paler in real life.

I'd like to enter this into the following challenges:-

Papertake Weekly challenge which is to make a non square card and anything goes.
Simon Says Stamps challenge which is to make a masculine card and is this is for a baby boy, I think it qualifies.
Inspire Me Fridays which is anything goes.

Thanks for stopping by

Carol x


  1. What a beautiful card Carol...a beautiful image so beautifully your dies too


  2. Beautiful baby card! I sure know what you mean, life can get in the way of crafting sometimes - ha!

  3. This is just darling. I have missed seeing your creations, but it sounds like you have lots of good things going on there in Manchester.

  4. Awhhh, isn't it sweet. Love your colouring Carol and that is a lovely stamp. Bet you want to try a pink one too!

  5. This is gorgeous! Carol I love the blue paper and beautiful stamp you used for this perfect card! This stamp is beautiful!

  6. What a sweet christening card. Love the little star. Thanks for playing along with us in the Masculine/Father's Day challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog this week!

  7. Missed you, Carol! Your Christening card is such a work of art! The parents will treasure it forever!!

  8. Another stunner Carol, just brilliant.


Hello, and thank you for taking time to visit my blog. I would really appreciate it if you could find time to leave a comment before you leave.

Carol x


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