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Autumn Robin Greeting Card

By: Si Go from craftideas.info
Updated November 15, 2018
Autumn Robin Greeting Card
Autumn Robin Greeting Card

"When looking at this card, one would never believe that it is not store bought. Instead, the cute robin motif was found on a paper napkin. Since paper napkins are available for all seasons and with all sorts of images, you can create wonderful inexpensive cards with a simple technique using contact paper (clear one sided adhesive), cardstock and stick glue. The bird image looks 3-D, which is a technique that is easy and adds an even more sofisticated look to the card."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueMixed Media

Easy

Project or Page SizeCard

Type of Paper UsedCardstock

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I've often left an event with a couple of the beautiful napkins tucked in my bag because they were soon pretty. I thought there had to be other uses for them. I was right! And here it is! I love the idea also of missed media...using several different types of paper crafting supplies together to make a piece of art. This card is stunning and I'm sure it was a pleasure to give. Thanks for sharing this tutorial!!!

Thank you, too, for your positive and friendly comment! I really love working with paper napkin motifs and am pleased I could inspire you with this project!

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