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A sparkly chipboard flower is the perfect addition to this birthday card. The shimmer adds just a touch of shine and doesn't come off on the rest of the card. The red paper border adds a pop of color and picks up the accent color in the patterned paper.

Chipboard Flower Birthday Card ~~ Be inspired by your favorite scrapbooking paper. Choose a whimsical flower pattern and turn it into a delightful birthday card by simply adding complementary embellishments.

Create an interesting card from plain brown card stock. Cut into desired shape and fold. With a crafts knife and ruler, cut 1/2-inch vertical slits, horizontally across the card. Trim complementing paper into strips the length of card and 1/2-inch wide. Feed the strips through card stock alternating slits. Add a message and three-dimensional felt embellishments.

Pin It Interesting “braided” handmade birthday card, that can be embellished according to your taste. How to make a card

This card gets a dose of springtime with stamped, embellished butterflies. Stamp the image with paint and then sprinkle on glitter before it dries. To add movement to the card, create a fluttering path with a paper piecer.

Butterfly Style This card gets a dose of springtime with stamped, embellished butterflies. Stamp the image with paint and then sprinkle on glitter before it dries. To add movement to the card, create a fluttering path with a paper piecer.

For a personalized twist on this birthday card, use a computer to record your own rendition of "Happy Birthday." Then burn it onto a cute mini CD. Make a pocket card using brown cardstock, patterned vellum, and white paper; tuck the unique gift inside.

CD Sleeve B-Day Card - DIY "For a personalized twist on this birthday card, use a computer to record your own rendition of "Happy Birthday." Then burn it onto a cute mini CD. Make a pocket card using brown cardstock, patterned vellum, and white paper