Card – Congrats

I’ve always wanted to try making my own greeting cards. Nope! It’s not like I need to send them to anyone. I just make them for the fun of it. Below is the first card that I’ve attempted — a congratulations card.

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It’s sized 21.1 cm x 14.9 cm (basically the size of an A4 paper being folded in half). The layout was inspired by Pencil Line’s Sketch 27 designed by Anna Sigga. I’m quite happy with this one, to be honest.


  • Studio Calico
    – (item #CB 007) cardboard button
  • American Crafts
    – (item #89397) ribbon
    – (item #53041) chip board alphabets
    – (item #77247) glitter shapes

That’s how it looks like on the whole; vertically presented.

I have attached that yellow cardboard button by Studio Calico on that glittered flower by American Crafts. Likewise, that thin orange ribbon also came with American Crafts.

How I wish I could credit the company that brought this golden ribbon. But I’ve not any idea which company it came from, as it was sold at some $1 shop without any product label.

These yellow alphabets again are by American Crafts. As for the orange and main greyish A4 card paper, I actually found them whilst spring cleaning last week. *chuckles* They prove to be of good use for my greeting card.

This is the inside of the card in which I’ve pasted a curvy-edged paper. I’ve bordered it up with my favourite golden pen. I think it would look best if the message is written with a golden pen too.


2 thoughts on “Card – Congrats

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