Make It Monday | Large Numbers Birthday Card

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Hello! Welcome to another Make It Monday! As soon as I spotted the Large Numbers Framelits Dies in this years Spring/Summer catalogue this card sprang into my head! Yes, it has taken me an AGE to get around making it, but I thought I would share making it with you!

Large Numbers Birthday card Video Tutorial Featuring Stampin' Up! UK productsThis card was super simple to make! This would be a great boys birthday card (maybe not with the pink!) or men’s cards too.

My top tips for this card are to use Tombow glue to adhere the numbers, as to adhere the numbers in a random way; upside down, and off the edges. This technique is also known as faux embossing because the numbers are the same colour as the card stock underneath, however this card could be really cool in rainbow!

Birthday card using Large Numbers Framelits from Stampin' Up! UK


Card base: Basic Grey – 21 x 14.8 cm

Layer: Basic Grey – 10 x 14.2 cm

Numbers: Basic Grey Scraps

Melon Mambo: scrap, approx 6.5 x 6.5 cm

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Product List

Large Numbers Framelits Dies

Big Shot

Basic Gray A4 Card Stock

Melon Mambo A4 Card Stock

Liquid Multipurpose Glue

Stampin' Dimensionals

Paper Snips Scissors


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