Baby Boy Shower Decorations

Baby Boy Shower Decorations

Welcome a new little baby boy into the world with these cute Baby Boy Shower Decorations.  These invitations and decorations make throwing a baby shower easy and inexpensive.  If you're having a little girl, simply change the paper so you use more pink and purple hues rather than blues and oranges.

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  • Echo Park All About a Boy Collection
  • Letterpress Starter Kit
  • Letterpress Ink: Orange
  • Letterpress wipes (for clean-up)
  • Letterpress printing plates: Petite (it's a boy), Spooked (chevron)
  • Letterpress paper: Extra Thick Square White (for mobile base), No.10 Cards
  • Punches Dies: Circle, Pennants (for mobile)
  • Nesting Dies: Circles (for mobile base)
  • 4x4 Die: Feathers (for cards)



  1. Design the card.

    baby shower card
  2. Remove the adhesive backing sheet from plates and place them in their positions, sticky side up.

    baby shower card
  3. Close the lid and press. Now we have our plates in position and ready for ink.

    baby shower card
  4. All we need is just a small dot of ink. I did not add more until I had 3 cards done.

    baby shower card
  5. Ink up the plates. (Oops, I was trying with navy ink first but decided to use orange instead.

    baby shower card
  6. Close lid and run through your die cut machine.

    baby shower card
  7. I die cut a bunch of feathers with Echo Park All About a Boy paper and did a little mix & match. Like all other Echo Park paper, the colors in this collection work very well together. I love that they added a woodgrain pattern in the cheerful blues/oranges combo.

    baby shower card
  8. Adhere the feathers to cards.

    baby shower card
  9. Circle Punches Die and Pennant Punches Die were used for the mobile.

    baby shower card

    baby shower card
  10. I die cut a circle from Square Extra Thick Paper – White (5.25” x 5.25”) to be the mobile base. Sew the shapes together and thread them to the base.

    baby shower card

    baby shower card

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I love the pattern! I like how well the colors go together. This is actually too much for a baby shower. It can also be used as invitation to any parties and celebrations. It's a bit difficult to make though, but maybe I can think of an easier way to make the patterns without using the presser. I soo love this card! I hope you can show me more designs and patterns.


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