So Tweet Birthday Card

So Tweet birthday card idea is inspired by a piece of adorable and sweet patterned paper which my little niece likes! It’s full of little birds and I believe it’ll make an extra cute card for her upcoming birthday in late April. :-)

When making cards, it’s a fun and easy approach looking to patterned paper for inspiration.

So Tweet birthday card

My niece loves pink and naturally a pink color theme came up. But to add in a bright happy look, in addition to pink, I’ve thrown in a mix of other colors such as green, blue, red, brown, etc. The result is a cute and fun-looking card that looks “busy” enough to keep the girl enthralled.

Try this “window-frame” style design for your next card!

 

Card Making Supplies

  1. Pink, dark pink and blue cardstock – Bazzill Basics and The Paper Company
  2. Birdie/green patterned paper – Pebbles Inc “Birdie”
  3. Polka-dot patterned paper – Luxe Design “Sugar Cookie Jill”
  4. Flower brads – Making Memories
  5. Flower punch (small) – CarlCraft Carla
  6. Flower template (big) – Craftwork “Craft Flower Autocollant”
  7. Pink ribbon – from stash
  8. Blue button – Autumn Leaves “Foof-a-la”
  9. Black pen – Zig Memory System “Millennium”

 

Card Making Steps

  1. Create a three-panel cardblank with pink cardstock.
  2. Adhere a strip of pink ribbon across the bottom of the cardblank and cut it up in the middle so the flaps can be opened up.
  3. Cut out a mixture of small blocks from green patterned paper, birdie patterned paper and blue cardstock. Adhere them in the layout as shown on the cardblank. Use a black pen to doodle borders for all these “window frames”.
  4. Punch out two small pink flowers from pink cardstock using a paper punch. Cut out two big polka-dot flowers from the polka-dot patterned paper using a template. Layer the small pink flower on top of the big polka-dot flower and attach a flower brad as the flower center. Attach each completed flower to the two green “window-frames” as shown.
  5. Use a black pen to handwrite the greetings on the two blue “window-frames”.
  6. Attach a big blue button at the center of the left flap as shown.

 

For more ideas on making birthday card for kids, you might like to look at the below card designs:

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