Never feel like there’s enough time to create a birthday card that’s pretty and personal? Today is your lucky day as Claire shows you how to create these simple yet stunning card designs your friends will love to display!
Watch Claire’s Video Tutorial Here
The First Edition papers are adorned with gorgeous patterns and effects, so it’s really easy to create an eye catching birthday design in a few minutes. The colourful papers really stand out on the white card blank! For these birthday card ideas, she has used the decorative First Edition Wild Flower, Sweet Nothings and Storyteller paper pads.
Claire has chosen recognisable birthday items like candles and balloons and has left it to the paper designs to add the excitement to her card blank! Better yet, you can personalise these looks by adding a sentiment, easy peasy! Which is your favourite look?
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Three great cards, The balloon 🎈 one is my favourite one, and the candles 🎂 are so colourful, pretty.
So difficult to choose a favourite!! BUT - the bunting card is very nice, I have to say.
Hmm....the candles are pretty cool too! I am certainly inspired to make one similar!
Love those; I think the bunting one is my favourite, just because I love the minimalist approach. That paper just speaks for itself. Gorgeous!
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