Brighten up everyone's season this holiday with this photo birth announcement from Nancy Kubo. A shimmering tree highlights the little sprout that will become your favorite gift this year.
This Holiday Sprout: Chenille design from our winter girl birth announcements category is backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee, just like all of our Christmas cards, greeting cards, business cards, invitations and personal stationery.
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Pearl White Shimmer: 110 lb., 14.3 point thickness
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"My husband and I wanted to send a combined birth announcement/holiday card since our daughter was born in early Decemeber. Holiday Sprout is perfect for a little girl. It has just the right amount of Christmas decoration, but still looked like a birth announcement. My only complaint was that the background color (pink) looked much more pink on the actual announcement. It was more subtle online which is what I wanted."
"If you have welcomed a new baby girl into the world around Christmas, this is the perfect announcement for you. The pink that is synonymous with baby girls is a great combination with the reds and greens that are traditional Christmas colors. The simple tree adds a perfect amount of detail, without drawing attention away from baby's first photo."