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Baby Shower Party Favors

I love babies!! When I found out one of the ladies at work with was having a baby, I got so super excited with the idea of making cute baby shower party favors. First task was to get the help of co-workers. With the their help we made 45 of these cute little piggy cup cake holders (cut with Design Studio and Cricut) and with the left over paper we made 50 matching "thank you" cards for the Mother. These were even cutier in person.


  1. This project was fun. And I love everything about it.

  2. LOVE these....they turned out SO CUTE and were a huge hit with the Mom to be and all of her guests.

  3. oh that is the most precious thing I've ever seen, love that pink elephant!!


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