I made a quick baby card for my co-worker who needed a last minute one for a 100th day celebration. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this term, it is a traditional celebration for a newborn 100 days after their birth. It is commonly observed by Korean and Chinese families. In addition to this day, I know that the Chinese have a gathering on the first full month/full moon after the baby is born. For this particular celebration, it is the first official introduction of the baby to relatives and close friends. Are there any such celebrations in your culture?
The baby feet were chalked and then a layer of glitter was applied sparingly to it. 3 various sized roses were quilled.
This interior also sports the same footsies from Cuttlebug.
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