Fabric cuteness birthday card is based on a card sketch. I’m liking how quickly my card design is coming together because there’s already a “plan”, so I didn’t have to fuss over the placement of elements on the card. If you like to try using card sketches, check out this card sketches ebook.
There’s 3 little squares that you can fill up with lovely patterned papers on this homemade card, and I’ve chosen to display some cute fabric squares here. They are all from the same piece of fabric which is packed with absolute cuteness! :-)
I’ve added in my own doodled borders to continue with the more “cartoonish” theme.
Enjoy and do browse through this site for more ideas to make your own birthday cards!
Card Making Supplies
- Pink and white cardstock – Bazzill Basics
- Fabric squares – Japanese fabric
- Pink plastic flower motif – from Thailand
- Black pen – Uni Pin Fine Line
- Brown ink – StazOn “Timber Brown”
Card Making Steps
- Create a cardblank with pink cardstock.
- Cut out a smaller block of white cardstock. Use a black pen to draw in the dividing lines. Ink the edges with brown ink. I inked mine after adhering the fabric squares and some of the ink smudged, giving the card a more pronounced inking than I like. If you want a cleaner look, you might want to ink your edges before attaching the fabric.
- Cut out three fabric squares and adhere them to the boxes as shown.
- Attach a pink plastic flower motif to the top of the white cardstock. Handwrite birthday greetings with a black pen.
- Use the black pen to doodle fanciful borders around the cardblank.
To look at more birthday card ideas for kids, you might like to check out the below homemade cards: