Sweet Floral Birthday Card

Sweet Floral Birthday Card is a a sweet-looking handmade card for the girl or woman who loves pink and flowers. The combination of floral patterned papers and lace ribbon works to create a simply alluring and sweet look.

Run through your collection of patterned papers and find two complementary floral patterned papers to create a soft, feminine look. A lace ribbon would help to boost the charm of this design.

Sweet floral birthday card - handmade

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Card Making Steps

  1. Create a cardblank with gray cardstock or any preferred color.
  2. Cut out a large block of beige floral patterned paper and adhere it to cover the front of the cardblank.
  3. Cut out a smaller (half the size of the first block) block of pink floral patterned paper and adhere it to the bottom of the card.
  4. Cut out a block of white cardstock. Handwrite birthday greetings on it and adhere it to a bigger block of pink polka-dot patterned paper. Round the corners with a corner-rounder. Ink the edges with black ink.
  5. Attach the greeting tag on top of a bigger piece of cream patterned paper. Round the corners with the corner-rounder. Ink the edges with black ink. Attach this completed tag to the lower right corner as shown.
  6. Tie a strip of lace ribbon into a bow with a strip of baby blue ribbon. Attach it to the card as shown.
  7. Attach a piece of floral epoxy sticker to the completed greeting tag as shown.
  8. Round the four corners of the card with the corner-rounder and the card is done!

 

Card Making Supplies

  • Grey and white cardstocks – Bazzill Basics
  • Beige floral patterned paper, pink floral patterned paper, cream patterned paper – Basic Grey “Perhaps” Collection
  • Pink polka-dot patterned paper – from stash
  • Epoxy sticker – Vivid Sticker
  • Lace ribbon – Daiso Japan
  • Baby blue ribbon – from stash
  • Black ink – Versa Color
  • Corner rounder

 

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