07 January 2020

New baby first Christmas

Hi Everyone, I don't think I have shown you much of what I made over Christmas, so thought I would pop in with this. I made them for our new baby Owen, who thankfully, after a traumatic birth, Mother and baby are doing well.

I also made an insert for the box, top and bottom,
 so that the ball wouldn't move about in the post.
box - blossom box - SVGcuts.
dragon - bought, but Owen  name, added in Heat Transfer Vinyl cut with Cameo 2
Card -  cut file Lori Whitlock 
polar bear - Creativefabrica
bauble bought - filled with false snow and Dragon Flag printed and cut out 
with "Nadolig Llawen" added - meaning Happy Christmas in Welsh",
 it hangs so moves within the bauble.
snowflakes - various files,
 cut with Cameo 2 in white vinyl and added over the bauble.
Name and year - cut with Cameo 2 and added to bauble.

Carrying on showing you Owen, here he is at 1 week old, a digital scrapbook page I did, very quickly and simply. His Mum likes simple things.
Scrapbook page template - Marisa Lerin at Pixelscrapper


Janis Lewis said...

Love the Christmas ornament, and that scrapbook layout is gorgeous! I love the layout, colors, and type font. Plus that baby picture is just so cute. Do you print these pages? If so, how do you do that? Are they 12x12 when you print them? I need more information. LOL

Shirley Young said...

Lovely keepsakes Faith and Owen is a real cutie xx

crafty-stamper said...

Love the beautiful bauble and box you made.Gorgeous page and photo-he is gorgeous and looks very alert for 1 week old
Carol x

cuilliesocks said...

Hi Faith, oh Owen is just so gorgeous, so pleased that he and Mum are doing well. Your New Baby projects are wonderful, love the bauble, amazing and a treasured keepsake, Kate x

Pat K said...

Gorgeous keepsake to be treasure now and every Christmas after. What a darling little Owen is...beautiful simple layout. I'm sure the family was thrilled. xx

cotnob said...

A wonderful gift Faith, I'm sure it will be treasured.
I'm pleased to hear the mum and baby are doing well.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Beebeebabs said...

Wow love your projects - great job as always. Beautiful layout thanks for sharing!!!

Mia said...

I am so glad that everything is OK now for the mother and child. He is such a cutie!!! I llllllove the Christmas ball and how clever idea to make also and insert for the box. Hugs, my dear friend.

Karen Dunbrook said...

these look amazing...so glad to hear the little guy is doing well and his mama too!
xx Karen

Sandra said...

What a cutie!! Glad Owen and mom are doing well!
You made gorgeous things for him!

NanaConnie said...

So glad to hear that Owen and his mum are both doing well, Faith. Sweet little gifts for a baby's first Christmas. He's adorable and your CAS page is perfect.

Vicky Hayes said...

Oh my goodness, there's a tear in my eye Faith. What an adorable little one Owen is and what amazing gifts you have made for them. The ball in its special box is so special and I love the cute card you made to go with it. The scrapbook page deserves to be framed. You are so thoughtful. Vicky x

Shona Erlenborn said...

What a cutie Owen is! Love that layout - just precious and the keepsake ornament is great - love that you added a red dragon. Precious little card too.

Cindy Groh said...

What a cutie. Fabulous layout. I love when I look at a layout and the first thing that I see is the photo.

Nancy said...

Such lovely projects, Faith! Owen is a lucky boy...and so adorable! :o)

Hetty said...

I am so glad baby Owen is doing well.
You made him a wonderful scrapbook page
and a darling Christmas gift.

Mac Mable said...

Thank you for sharing Faith and the Welsh theme looks fabulous. How thoughtful are you and the gifts obviously made with love x.

Linby said...

Absolutely brilliant. I love the box you used for the bauble. I was going to do a bauble (note I say "was") and wondered about how to wrap it, this is a super way to do it.

Loose Stitches said...

Oh, how very precious Faith! Beautiful creations!
Crafty Hugs, Sherry xx
Loose Stitches and Unraveled Threads