Baby Crib Box Card

Baby Crib Box Card



Well, Mary and Leo have done it again!  This adorable crib box card is from the svgcuts “Tiny Miracle SVG Kit” which you can see HERE.  The kit contains several adorable baby-themed projects including cards, a scrapbook layout, a diaper castle, and a bottle shaped gift box.  They provide the svg files that you can cut with your electronic die cutting machine, and you choose the papers and embellishments.  Once all the pieces are cut out, you assemble them into these amazing, handmade gifts for your next baby shower or to celebrate the birth of a new baby!  A tutorial VIDEO is provided to make assembly a breeze.

I plan to use this “card” (which opens and stands as a 3-D crib or folds flat) as a gift card holder which I will tuck inside a traditional card (which you can see HERE).  However, there is a space on the back of the crib for writing or stamping a message so this “card” can stand alone as well.



I used the following paper and card stock for this girl-themed project: Core’dinations April Lovely, Colorbok Heidi Grace Designs bgirl buggy (double-sided), Melissa Frances Betty-Ann, Paper Pizazz green/pink plaid, Core’dinations light pink plaid, and white.  I inked the edges with Gina K Designs Bubblegum ink and used Copic Marker R83 for the bear’s face.  I added a few pink pearls to finish it off.


I also made a blue version of this project that I can use for an upcoming baby shower where a boy is expected.


The papers used on this one are: Core’dinations jaybird, Paper Pizazz mixing baby stars and moons (I think – I only have one sheet and cut through the paper description!), Colorbok blue stripe paper, Core’dinations light blue small dot, and white.  I used Gina K Designs In the Navy ink for the edges on this card.



Thanks for checking out my card project!

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4 thoughts on “Baby Crib Box Card

  1. Pingback: Baby Wobble-Head Card | I Played With Paper Today!

  2. Your crafting first came to my attention on STV when you made a cut file of a flip flop that was a box. You are one talented lady and not you so and do this! Well I am so impressed with it in both colors. I don’t have my Cameo here, so I can just look.


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