A baby's christening is an important event for the entire family, and should be celebrated as such. If you are going to give a family a christening card, you may be tempted to purchase a pre-made card from a supermarket or card store. However, these cards can often be generic and may not express the depth of your feeling. One alternative is to create a handmade christening card using craft materials and art supplies.
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Things you need
- Printer paper
- Coloured pencils
- Construction paper
- Craft glue
- Gold glitter glue
- Gold sequins
Fold a sheet of printing paper in half.
Cut out a cross from yellow or gold construction paper.
Glue the cross onto the front of the card using craft glue.
Trace around the perimeter of the cross with gold glitter glue.
Squeeze dollops of gold glitter glue inside the cross, and press gold sequins onto the dollops.
Allow the glue to dry completely.
Write a personal message inside the card with coloured pencils, and insert it into an envelope in order to deliver it.
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