Today I am here to show you how to make DIY birthday cards using limited supplies using basic to advance techniques. I have three different ideas using the same stamp set, Birthday Stash by Concord and 9th, that are perfect for a quick and easy card (or if you’re a beginner) to a more advanced pop-up card.
This stamp set is so versatile! “banners” can be turned over to use as party hats, the circles can be turned into ice creams and you can choose to colour the stamps in yourself or stamp in the colour depending on the look (and skill level) you’re trying to achieve.
For my first card, it just requires simple stamping on cardstock. Super easy and uses basic supplies. The second card involves a little but of die cutting and adding that really cool flame edge to the top.
Lastly, this multiple-step foldable pop-up card requires more techniques and a few more supplies but I think I broke it down into manageable steps. Remember that you are able to make every element of this card as a pop up instead of adhering flat for even more fun!
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