Simple Washi Tape Birthday Cards: Papercrafting

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Simple Washi Tape Birthday Cards: Papercrafting
Simple birthday cards are the best!  You can make a bunch in one day and have all the birthday cards you need for the year.  They are simple and fast to make.
They also make a lovely gift, wrapped with some twine...for someone that likes to send cards.

You will need:
 A2 cards and envelopes
Washi Tape
Birthday rubber stamps
Glaze pens
Mounting Foam
Open up one card and add colorful strips of washi tape.  Let the edges be rough.
Lift off the table and trim the edges clean.
Use the rubber stamps and fill a page of white cardstock with the birthday sentiments.
Next, use the glaze pens and color the birthday images.
Cut the images apart so they are ready for mounting.
Next, cut a strip of mounting foam and stick it to the backside of the sentiments.
Press the sticky foam right on the washi tape covered card.
Repeat for each card!  These go fast and are so efficient to make a big stack of birthday cards!
So perfect for all the birthdays on your list.  Great to have a stash on hand for last minute birthdays that pop up during the year too!
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These cards are adorable! i love washi tape and can't wait to try this!
Unknown said…
I love these cards and I am excited to try this.