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Fun Birthday Card – Video Tutorial

Today we have a video tutorial all about making a fun birthday card.  There is just something about not just sending a card to someone on her birthday, but also in making it and putting your personal touch on it.

Today is one of my favorite cards.  I love bright colors, like LOVE them!

We are using Lemon Lime Twist, which is a RETIRING in color.  This, along with Berry Burst, Fresh Fig, Tranquil Tide and Powder Pink, are scheduled to retire.  The official list will come out soon from Stampin' Up! and every year the retiring colors are on the list and they sell out fast.  So if you like any of the items in any of these colors, grab them before the list comes out!!!

Most all of the patterned paper retires also, so be sure to get the Broadway Bound paper too!

I am personally stocking up on Lemon Lime Twist and probably doing the same with Berry Burst.

Let me share with you the card we are making today.

 

The Project

Here is our project today.  We have the bright colors, the little strip of patterned paper and also that pop of Basic Black.  Below the video is the entire list of supplies used to create this fun birthday card.

 

Fun Birthday Card | Lots of texture added

 

Ready to see the video?  Let's do it then!

 

Fun Birthday Card – Video Tutorial

Here is the video:

 

Look at all the texture this card has:

 

Fun Birthday Card | adding party hats

 

Fun Birthday Card | Adding strips of patterned paper

 

The Supplies

Here is a list of supplies used to create this fun birthday card.  To order any of these supplies, simply click on an image below.

 


 

Pin It

Grab your supplies right now, then be sure to pin this image to your I Teach Stamping with Meg Pinterest Board so you can easily find it when your supplies arrive.

 

Fun Birthday Card | Video Tutorial

 

Y'all Come Back Now

Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out this fun birthday card, I love having you here!  Be sure to keep checking back here on a regular basis for more paper crafting ideas!  See you soon!  Hugs, Meg