Today I am sharing my second post for June and this time, I have a birthday card to share which uses a paper napkin and some metallic embellishments, including one of the birdcages from this post.
Introduction and Card Front
This seems to be the busy time of the year for birthdays and so here is my first birthday card of the season. This one is made using a paper napkin. To use a napkin, separate the top layer from any of the other layers, usually one or two.
Then cut out the part of the napkin you want to use. I want to use the design on one quarter of the napkin, which measures 6 x 6 inches.
Make the card base
As the card front is 6 x 6 inches, to make the card base, cut a piece of card that measures 6 x 12 inches.
As the napkin has a bird on it, I thought I would use one of the birdcage chipboards I heat embossed in this post. Then to accompany it, I die cut a happy birthday sentiment and heat embossed it with the same embossing powder.
I added some gold paint splatters to the front of the card
I hope you enjoyed this short tutorial. Let me know in the comments.
Empire of the Cat
Ornamental Birdcages Shape Set D69C
white card, paper napkin, previously heat embossed birdcage, gold embossing powder, embossing ink, die cut happy birthday words, gold thread, gold paint, gold texture paste, white glue,