You know it’s true; your baby is the cutest baby around. Possibly the cutest in the world, but definitely the cutest at Sing & Play Group. A face that adorable deserves to be the star of their very own personalised Christmas card, so we’ve teamed up with the fabulously talented Amy of Cakes With Faces to bring you this exclusive (and irresistibly charming!) template.
Follow our simple steps below, and you can create your own gorgeous set of personalised CEWE CARDS to delight all of your family and friends, and spread some holiday “Aaaaw!” this year.
1. Download our exclusive Baby’s First Christmas template, right here for your convenience.
2. Open up our CEWE Creator Software and choose CEWE CARDS, then pick out your choice of paper type and size. The neat little card in our image is in size Small. Select Edit without template.
3. Using the second to right button at the bottom of the screen, rotate the card so that it is in portrait orientation. Tip: this template looks its best in Portrait.
4. Upload and add your favourite image of your baby using the Photos and Videos tab in the left hand panel (for best quality, the image must be at least 669 x 672 pixels).
5. Upload and add the template image, and place this over the top of your original image. Take a minute to bask in the cuteness.
6. To correctly line up your baby photo, right click on the template image on your card and select Send Back. This will bring your baby photo to the front and allow you to move or resize it until you are happy with the positioning. Make sure to right click on the template image again and select bring forward so that the template is shown.
7. Don’t forget that the text is fully personalisable too. Use the Ribeye Marrow Font to write your own message, or feature your baby’s own name, such as “Lily’s First Christmas”.
Your finished product will look similar to this:
Cute as a button!
This design lends itself well to our Small Greetings Cards, for a Christmas Card adorable enough to frame, or why not create a sweet Photo Mug as a perfect gift for doting grandparents? It’s up to you how you decide to commemorate that all-important First Christmas with squishy cheeks and tiny fingers.