Birthday Cards For Another Of My Nephews
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I’ve already shown you the first 2 cards I made for family members who have their birthday this month. Today I have 2 more cards for another family member to show you.
What I Did
I chose pictures I thought the recipient would like. For one card I chose 2 pictures and cut out a bird on a branch from one to layer onto the other image of a birdbox.
Both images were matted and layered onto a piece of different coloured Adorable Scoreable cardstock.
I scored and folded one sheet of cardstock to make a base card and used another pre-scored, scalloped edge, card. I found some paper from my stash to use as a background for the smaller image.
I used fingerlift tape to mat the image and then 1mm deep foam tape to stick the matted image onto the card front. On one card I added border peel-offs before sticking in an insert and putting a greeting on both the front and inside.
What I Used
- Scalloped Edge Ready Scored A5 White Base Card
- A4 sheet 350gsm White Cardstock
- Score Board and Trimmer
- 120gsm White Paper
- Paper Dienamics A4 Spring Moments Rectangle Topper Set – 32 Sheets, 170GSM
- Fingerlift Tape
- 1mm Deep, Double Sided, Foam Tape
- Pinflair Glue Gel
- Background Paper from my stash
- Adorable Scorable Cardstock
- Peeloff Greetings – Penblwydd Hapus
- Peeloff Borders
I’ve got more cards, both birthday and sympathy to upload their photos to this blog and write about, so they should be published before long – hopefully!
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