Good morning everyone!
My name is Odette, from the Design Team of Cuttlebug Challenge Blog. People who really knows me, know that I always get crazy when it comes to baby stuff :)
Do you really know what is a baby?
"It's someone to call your very own
who'll turn your house into a home.
Instead of two they'll be three
and that makes a family indeed!!!"
This is my little one Joshua when he was six month old. I have two baby boys and they are the light of each day in my life.
I feel very happy to have you join me for a subject I happen to be quite passionate about such as creating beautiful things for babies.
They are the reason why I created this beautiful Baby Frame for you today :
These are the supplies that you'll need:
- Wood Frame
- White acrylic paint
- Pattern paper
- Cricut + Create a Critter cartridge
- Sentiment Stamp
- Glue (I used my Beacon's 3-in-1 Advanced Craft Glue)
- Paint your wood portrait with white acrylic paint and let it dry completely. Once it's dry it is necessary to sandpaper the wood so that it is smooth.
3.- Cut with your Cricut the desired baby image. I decided to use a hippo. I cut many layers to make him look more beautiful. Once you are done with him, add some dimensional and put it on your portrait.
And you're done!!
This is your final result ...
I wanted to add to this project this set I made for a client a few days ago using the same cartridge "Create a Critter", they look very well together!
I hope you've enjoyed what I made specially for you today.
We would love to hear from you, so feel free to ask a question, say hello, or let us know if you love what we are doing here at Cuttlebug Challenge!
Have a great day!!