Garden Themed Birthday Card Making Tutorial

I thought I’d share with you a birthday card making tutorial this afternoon, this is a card I made for someone yesterday… it’s got a nice spring/summer garden theme to it.

garden themed handmade birthday card

I started off by drawing a diagonal line near the bottom of the card in pencil, after checking I was happy with the placement of it I went over it with the green marker pen and coloured the area in… this is going to be the lawn area for the flowers to stick on to.

I did try gluing one of the flowers onto the card but it just wouldn’t stick with glue stick glue so I decided to try using tiny little pieces of double sided tape instead (this worked, yay!) I then proceeded to stick several more flowers onto the card.

The flower sequins I’ve used here are by the brand The Craft Place, they are ones I got in a packet from The Works earlier this year, you might have seen me mention them in a haul video I did on my YouTube channel (if you haven’t seen that already you can check it out here – The Works Haul – Books, Craft Supplies!)

Crayola marker pens were always a firm favourite of mine when I was younger and they are still brilliant now. I got a pack of 50 SuperTips marker pens on my birthday in January as a bit of a throwback and I’m so glad I did.

I added the ‘Happy Birthday’ gold lettering stickers that are from the brand Anita’s at docrafts (I bought these from Hobbycraft) the windmill design is also from that brand. I added a couple of other stick on designs (I’m not sure which brand these are from, I’ve had them for a while).

garden themed birthday card in progress

After adding the 2 stick on designs on the right I wasn’t too sure what to put on the left but there was enough room to stick this lovely windmill design – of course I was able to use the glue stick for this.

garden themed birthday card and card making supplies

What do you think? Have you made any cards recently?

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14 thoughts on “Garden Themed Birthday Card Making Tutorial

  1. Boxnip

    I haven’t got the patience to do something like this any more – yours looks lovely! 😀 I used to make jewellery but once my hands became bad, I couldn’t hold the tools and intricate stuff was just not doable. 🙂

    Sarah 🌺 || Boxnip || Latest Post

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    1. Victoria Post author

      Thanks Sarah, I used to make jewellery too a while back, it’s a shame you are unable to now. x

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  2. Bexa

    This is such a cute and creative card! I especially love those little colourful flowers, so pretty! Handmade cards are always so thoughtful and so enjoyable to make. Thank you for sharing the tutorial Victoria, it’s really inspired me to do some arts and crafts this weekend <3 xx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

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  3. Kim

    This is very cute. It’s been a while since of made my own cards but this has definitely inspired me to give it a go again.

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