Baby and Stork Pop Up Card

  • Our inspiration came from the myth that the stork can be seen flying over rooftops with a little cloth bundle before landing at the doorstep of a happy couple who then unwrap their precious, smiling newborn. So we just want to keep this magic alive through our design.
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Baby Shower

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Order Quantity: 500 Piece/Pieces Customer can mix many designs in one order

Supply Ability: 30.000 Piece/Pieces per Month

Port: Ho Chi Minh

Payment Terms: L/C,D/P,T/T,Western Union,MoneyGram,Paypal


Quick Details:

Material: Art Paper Product Type: Card
Card Type: Pop up Card Style: Artificial
Use: Souvenir Theme: Baby Shower
Regional Feature: Viet Nam Place of Origin: HCMC, Vietnam
Brand Name: Paper Color Model Number: CG0174
Size: 150 x 150mm Color: Options

What you find inside the Baby and Stork Pop-Up Card

Your baby birth announcement doesn't have to be complicated -- just a few lines of important information in this pop-up card will have everyone cooing about your newborn.

The milky cover of this pop-up card outlines a laser-cut illustration of a stork flying and carrying an important cloth bundle on its beak.

Inside the card, a surprising delivery from a kind stock is revealed. A stork flying above clouds holds its gray wings up in excitement as it gifts a precious baby from its beak. The laser-cut sparkle stars embellish the tops of the inside the card make this delivery more magical. Use the blank space on this card to write a message about your new baby announcement.

Inspiration for the Baby and Stork Pop-Up Card:

Our inspiration came from the myth that the stork can be seen flying over rooftops with a little cloth bundle before landing at the doorstep of a happy couple who then unwrap their precious, smiling newborn. So we just want to keep this magic alive through our design.

Occasions for the Baby and Stork Pop-Up Card:

A fun card to announce your newborn baby to everybody. Or just show it to your children when they ask you about the babies and where they came from.

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