Following the 2 cards already this month, for adults, we had 2 children’s birthdays so far this year. More card making!
The first was for a boy, but could be for either. Very colorful and fun! I also cut his name out on my die cut machine with a ballon font and put it inside with our greeting. So fun.
Card two was for a little girl. It was used more as a package tag. I wanted to add a fun element for her, and pink of course, yet keep it clean and simple. The polka dot lady bug was perfect.
Supplies used for boy’s card: Card base white card stock (GP/ Walmart), Eat Cake design paper stack (Paper Studio/ Hobby Lobby), red baker’s twine (Celebrate It/ Michael’s), Deckled Rectangle die (Spellbinders Nestabilities), “Happy Birthday” rubber/wood stamp (Stampabilities/ Hobby Lobby), Barn Door Distress Ink (Ranger/Tim Holtz). Xacto corner rounder.
Supplies used for girl’s card: Card base white card stock (GP/Walmart), pink card stock layer Pink Buttons (Recollections/Michael’s), polka dot prints The Basics (Paper Studio/Hobby Lobby), black card stock (Paper Studio), lady bug die Doodlecharms (Cricut cartridge). EK Success mini scalloped edge.