Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Birthday Card with Authentique

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Authentique  Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more HERE!. .

I am so excited to see the Beginnings Collection Kit from Authentique! I have so many photos of our grandson's first birthday and the Beginnings Collection is just perfect but today I am sharing with you a special tri-fold birthday card I created to give to him on his special day!

To begin your tri-fold card cut 1 1/2" from the front of one of  the Kraft card bases and cut the second card to measure 4 1/2" x 4 1/2".  Adhere pattern paper and mats  to the inside of larger card base. Adhere small card to inside of card when done.

Front of card..
Adhere mats on front of card with pattern paper from the Beginnings and Spectrum Paper Pad.

Fussy cut images from pattern paper. Add to front of card front with pop dots.

Inside of card....
Adhere pattern paper to the inside of the card.

Add stickers, gemstones and strips to inside page of card.

 Fussy cut image from pattern paper add to inside of card front with pop dots. Add magnetic closure.

Fussy cut diamond shapes from pattern paper adhere to scallop and  border strips. Add Happy Birthday to top of border strip with pop dots.

Die cut envelop from pattern paper.

Layer two stickers together with pop dots. Adhere to envelop flap.

Add magnetic enclosure to sticker and envelop.

Adhere scallop and border strips along with fussy cut diamond shapes to inside of back of card.

Add sticker to back inside page along with enamel dots.

Fussy cut balloons from pattern paper. Adhere to inside back of card.

Adhere pattern paper to back of card.

Adhere borders and magnetic closure to back of card.

Fussy cut cake image from pattern paper; add to card back with pop dots.

Sizzix Envelop
Scallop Border Punch
2 - 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" Kraft Card Base
2 - Small Magnet Closures
Blue Enamel Dots
Clear Gemstones
Pop Dots

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