Shaker Birthday Card

If you know someone with a fall birthday, this shaker birthday card is a beautiful way to send along a greeting!

pretty fall handmade card with flowers

With a palette inspired by the changing leaves of trees in the autumn, this pretty shaker birthday card is sure to be a cherished memento by its special recipient. The shaker birthday card features sparkling gold glitter and sequins behind a clear cellophane panel that shimmer and shine when the card is moved.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

Step 1. Place Layered Petals Canvas Flowers on an absorbent cloth or paper towel. Apply Color Splash in Lemon Zing and Lime until the desired shade is achieved. Allow to dry as you move on to the next step.

Step 2. Remove cover sheet from adhesive card front, as shown.

Step 3. Adhere to card.

Step 4. Add glitter and sequins (included in card kit!) to the open square area on the card.

Step 5. Apply cellophane square (also included in card kit) to front of card, covering glittered area completely.

Step 7. Apply patterned paper (trimmed to fit) over the card front, to the adhesive that is exposed. Then, apply flowers with glue.

The completed shaker birthday card is ready to be signed, sealed and delivered! Who wouldn’t love to receive such a special handmade item for their birthday?


Spooktacular Halloween Wreath

Greetings, friends! Midge and Madge are at it again, this time with a Spooktacular Halloween Wreath that they’ve crafted up just for you, using fun flowers and embellishments from Little Birdie Crafts!

This Spooktacular Halloween Wreath is the perfect fall door decor, and is inexpensive and easy to make! Customize it to your favorite colors using the vast product line at Little Birdie Crafts!

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Fun Fall Signs

You won’t want to miss this fun project from Midge and Madge! They’ve created the cutest Fall signs using Little Birdie Crafts supplies!

In this project: 

DIY Fall Decor with Little Birdie Crafts

Posted by Midge and Madge on Tuesday, August 15, 2017