Baby Cards



Sweet, whimsical images capturing the joy of a new baby make these enhanced cards a perfect choice. I couldn’t resist adding the picture of our granddaughter having a bucket bath.

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Individual cards are $5.00 each.
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Frame ready, matted 8" x 10" prints    $20.00 each.


The Baby on a Cloud was one of my first cards and has been a best seller for many years.

Moms and Dads will love this sweet newborn greeting card for a little girl.

A tiny tot tucked into a sparkling rush basket that is decorated in a soft blue makes a perfect card for a newborn  little boy.

Use this snugly rabbit card at a baby shower.  If you frame it in a standard 5x7 frame it will be a perfect nursery gift.

A lamb peeking through the window makes a perfect  Thank You and newborn card.

Ecru and lace decorate this spiritual greeting card. Christening the baby is a great occasion to send a fitting card.


This newborn greeting card is imaginative in its design and is delightfully whimsical ...it's been my favorite for a long time.

Little  boys are the perfect recipients for my Teddy in Blue greeting card.  These cards are perfect as thank you notes too.

This plump Teddy in a pink frame is enhanced with raised pink paint and makes a darling card for a tiny girl.

I love this quote from Dr. Benjamin Spock, "Don't worry, you know more than you think you do". To illustrate it with charm,I embellish this photo of my granddaughter in a bucket bath.  Her expression is so trusting and babies do like bucket baths.

Teddy with Bow Tie

A cheerful, sparkly eyed Lady Bug is a lovely way to say thank you for the kindness shown by friends.

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