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DIY Spring Card

Super Cool DIY Spring Card

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Celebrate this spring by making this colorful and glittery DIY Spring Card and give them to your loved ones.

DIY Spring Card

Supplies Needed:

  • Paper
  • Glitter Foam Sheets
  • Wooden Skewer
  • Glue
  • Black pen

Step 1

Take an A4 size paper of lemon green color and fold it in half.

Step 2

Take 8 inch long and 1.5 inch wide glitter foam sheet of royal blue color. Make fringes leaving 1 cm gap from the top.

Step 3

I’m using a self adhesive glitter foam sheet but you can use any of your choice.

Remove the back and place a wooden skewer (7 inch long) on one end and start rolling around the skewer and move downwards.

Once it’s done place it on the card. As my glitter sheet was self adhesive so I did not used glue. But you can use it if you want.

Take a purple, light blue and brown colored glitter foam sheet and cut circles using decorative scissor.

The purple circle will be the bigger one, light blue will be slightly smaller than the purple and the brown circle will be smaller than the light blue one.

Step 4

Stick the circles on the card as showing below and take a 1.5 x 3.5 inch of pink paper and cut it using the decorative scissor.

Step 5

Glue down the strip and write “Happy Spring”.

And beautiful card is done!

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