A4 Birthday Card


Posted on 28th April 2017 by Sandra Dunne
Filed under Card Making Ideas, Projects And Cards By Type, Happy Birthday Card Ideas

Hi eveyrone! Today I am sharing a 50th Birthday card I made recently, which is A4 sized. A4 can be quite daunting, simply because of it's size, but using lots of layers and dies makes the job so much easier. If you're using coloured images, it's best to use digital, as opposed to rubber, so that they can be resized to suit the larger card. 

Pmd  A4 Birthday

I bought the pre-creased card base I used on this card but it's relatively easy to make them from A3 card if you have a paper cutter big enough to do that. You get two A4 bases from an A3 sheet. Making your own card bases is also more cost effective. 

I cut 4 layers to make 2 panels for the front. The papers are from Prima and are quite an old collection. 


To make the number 50 I cut 4 layers of white card and one layer of green adhesive foil and I glued them all together to make chunky numbers. 

The cupcake was cut from a Die, as were the pennants and Happy Birthday words. 


Papermilldirect products used:
Plain white card
Plain white paper 
Ruby Red

Other products used:
Dies - Cupcake, Happy Birthday, Stitched Pennants, Stitched Squares
Papers - Prima Marketing
Adhesive Foil

Thanks for dropping by

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