Easy to Make Happy Birthday Fairy Card

Handmade Card Created with a Cricut machine

The second card in the five card set of Birthday Cards I created again feature a cute bird with a theme. The Birthday Fairy Bird is a special touch on this homemade Birthday card I created with my Cricut personal cutting machine.

The cardstock I used for the Fairy Bird is a heavier weight in solid colors. For the background I chose a polka-dotted light weight piece of cardstock. I find that the background pieces work better when using a lighter weight of cardstock.

Stampin'Up! is my favorite brand of stamping products. For this card I used the phrase "The World got a Present the day you were Born" from Stampin'Up!'s Happiest Birthday collection.

Things You Will Need

Heavy Weight Cardstock cut to a 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 size, then folded for a finished card size of 5 1/2" x 4 1/4"

Background Cardstock (light weight paper)

Heavy Weight Cardstock in different solid colors for the Fairy Bird cutout

Heavy Weight Cardstock cut in 3 Ovals measured to fit the stamped sentiment.

Cricut Cartridge: 3 Birds on Parade

Cricut Machine Blade Depth Setting: #4

Cricut Machine Speed Setting: Medium

Cricut Machine Pressure Setting: Maximum

Adhesive

Acrylic Stamp & Ink

Fairy Bird Birthday Card Photo How-Tos

Fairy Bird Birthday Card How-Tos

Cut a heavy weight piece of cardstock to a 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" size then fold on the longer edge for a finished card measuring 5 1/2" x 4 1/4". Use the Cricut paper folding tool for the best results.

Cut a light weight piece of cardstock to a 5 1/4" x 4" size. Use a patterned piece of cardstock for the background of this design.

For the "The World got a Present Stamp" image you will want to cut out three ovals. Use a light color for the smaller on which the image will be stamped. Cut each one bigger than the first.

Cut one <Fairy>, page 72, size 3", using the Shadow and Base Keyboard Key. This will cut out the background shape of the bird. I used White cardstock.

Cut one <Fairy>, page 72, size 3", using the Base Keyboard Key. This will cut out the body w/wings shape of the bird. I used Green cardstock.

Cut one <Fairy>, page 72, size 3" using the Layer 2 and Base Keyboard key. This will cut out the Wings shape. I used Purple cardstock.

Cut one <Fairy-s>, page 72, size 3" using the Shift and Keyboard key. This will cut out the body shape. I used Light Green Cardstock.

Cut one <Fairy-s>, page 72, size 3" using the Layer 2, Shift, and Base Keyboard key. This will cut out the Skirt shape. I used Pink cardstock.

Cut one <Fairy>, page 72, size 3" using the Layer 1 and Base Keyboard key. This will cut out the Wing shape. I used Peach cardstock.

Cut one <Fairy-s>, page 72, size 3" using the Shift, Layer 1, and Base Keyboard key. This will cut out the Wand, Beak, and Crown shapes. I used Yellow cardstock.

Adhering

Adhere the Green Bird/Wing cutout to the larger White cutout.

Adhere the Light Green body cutout to the Dark Green cutout; then adhere the Purple Wings on top.

Adhere the Yellow Crown, Beak, and Want to the appropriate areas.

Adhere the Wing Shape then adhere the Bird's skirt to the top. Your Fairy Bird is adhered.

Adhere the three ovals together, large to small.

Stamping:

Stamp carefully the Birthday sentiment and let dry.

Placement:

Adhere the finished bird to the top right of your card.

Adhere the finished & dried sentiment to the bottom left of your card.

For a finishing touch you could add a small bow to the card.


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