Belated Birthday Card

I love giving my students and fellow staff at my school a birthday card on their birthday, if they celebrate. It was tough last year when we were remote and I didn’t have addresses for other staff. I was able to send cards to my students but it felt incomplete. This year I was excited to start sending cards but had to wait until I was given the list. August came and went with no list. When I finally received the list on September 1, I had to switch to belated birthday cards. Fortunately, my new favorite set, “In Your Words”, had just the sentiment.

In Your Words # 156619

Because our school colors are red and black, I chose Real Red for the card base (8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″). I then selected the Beautifully Penned Designer Series Paper from the Sale-a-bration brochure and cut a 4″ x 5 1/4″ for a card front. I stamped the sentiment on Basic White cardstock with Real Red ink and cut it out with the Tailor Made Tags. I love stitching around the edge of the tag. I then tied on a piece of Black & White Gingham Ribbon as a little embellishment.

I loved that I was able to give cards to the six staff members that I missed for August. Hopefully I won’t miss any more birthdays this year but if I do, I’m ready.

Product List

  • In Your Words stamp set #156619
  • Tailor Made Tags #155563
  • Black & White Gingham Ribbon #156485
  • Real Red cardstock #102482
  • Basic White cardstock#159276
  • Beautifully penned Designer Series Paper #156630
  • Real Red Classic Stampin’ Pad #147084

I hope that you enjoyed this card. Do you want this host stamp set? It is only available during Sale-a-bration and only with a qualifying party order of $300 or more. I can help you set up an online workshop or party to earn this set. We must act quick as this set is only available until September 30.

Published by Papercrafting With Amanda

Greetings! I am excited to share my love for papercrafting with you. My main love is stamping and cardmaking but I also enjoy scrapbooking, tags, treat packaging, 3-D projects, and papermaking.

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