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Hoppy Birthday Card
Hoppy Birthday Card
- February 25, 2020
- by Rebecca Walton
We've got a great birthday card that's perfect for your beer brewing friend. We will show you how to make this easy card, watch the tutorial or use the step-by-step written instructions.
- Scoring Board
- Paper Trimmer
- Cardstock – Cream – A2 finished size
- Cardstock – White – 5-1/4″ x 4″
- Printer Paper – White
- Envelope – White
- Colored Pencil – Prismacolor Espresso
- Colored Pencil – Prismacolor Apple Green
- Gina K Designs 4 Nested Decorative Tags Dies by Thermoweb
- Twine – Rafia, Dark Brown
Prepare your paper according to the dimensions above. Around the edges of the 5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″ white cardstock stamp the Mini Hop Vine in bamboo leaves ink , stamping a second impression without re-inking for a variation in color. Stamp the Tiny Hop Bud in pistachio ink.
Die cut the tags from the set. You’ll need the one of the largest cur in cream cardstock and three of the smallest also cut in cream cardstock. On the largest tag with a brown colored pencil, handwrite, “Hoppy Birthday” coloring in the, “Hoppy” with a green colored pencil. On the three smallest die cuts, stamp on each a beer mug in a different shade of brown and stamp on each the Tiny Pretzels in desert sand ink
Punch a hole in the stamped background paper and run the twine through the tags, in the hole, and back around to the top of the card and tie a know. Trim edges. Glue to card base. Arrange and glue down tags.
For the envelope, die cut one medium tag using printer paper) and three small using printer paper. Stamp the Mini Hop Vine in bamboo leaves ink and the Tiny Hop Bud in pistachio ink all over the front of the envelope. Glue printer paper tags to area where return address and address would go and trace around with brown pencil, also creating stitches along top of die.
On the three smallest die cuts stamp a beer mug each in a different shade of brown and stamp on each pretzels in desert sand ink. Flip the envelope over and glue the top portion of all the tags (placed in a group) to the top part of the envelope flap. When the envelope is sealed glue the lower half to the envelope.