Cute Birthday Card for Young Kids

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Hi, Jamie here with you for another Monday where I am sharing a cute birthday card for young kids! 

If you’re like me I’m always in need of birthday cards for all ages and I like to have a bunch to choose from so I can pick one that really suits the person that I’m giving it to.  This stamp is so adorable, I already have someone in mind for it! 

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Here’s how my card was made:
  • Stamp Birthday Tree Party on white cardstock and color with color pencils.
  • Make the clouds by using the Clouds Stencil and the new Sonata ink from the Color Fuse #8 ink set.
  • Die-cut the colored piece using the largest die from the Nested Square Stitch Die Set and set aside.
  • Glue decorative paper to a white top folding card and glue pink ribbon around the center.
  • Pop up the stamped image on the top of the card and glue a pink bow to the left side.
  • Stamp Happy Birthday in black ink on the bottom right of the card. 
  • Add Glossy Accents to the eyes of the owls and Stickles to the balloon, stars, hat, and bow.

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In the picture above you can see the Glossy Accents on the eyes and some of the glitter.

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Paper dimensions
White card 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
Decorative Paper from The Paper Studio 4″ x 2 3/4″ (two pieces)
White cardstock square- cut with the largest die

Stickles- Unicorn
Glossy Accents
3D Foam Squares- Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L
Pink statin ribbon
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive
VersaFine Onyx Black Ink
Prisma Color Pencils
   *Pink- 929, 994
   *Green- 1005, 912, 909, 911
   *Blue- 992, 905, 902
   *Brown- 941, 943, 945
   *Yellow- 916, 1034, 1003
   *Purple- 956, 932

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Cute, right? And even though I designed this birthday card for young kids, I am betting “kids” of ALL ages would LOVE to receive it!

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