We are ramping up birthday season in our family - with lots of spring and summer birthdays. I like to keep a handful of cards on hand for the moment that I realize I have to get a card in the mail in 6 minutes in order for it to be on time (anyone else?). And, because I am not that organized, I find that generic cards work best for me, so they can be used for anyone on my list.
So, I found these adorable brightly colored rainbow cards and I think they are perfect for people of all ages on your card list! I am also a batch card creator (it isn't my favorite craft), so I love that these can be created with dies, stamps, and leftovers!
Watercolor stripes??? Yes please!
Who doesn't love a simple heart punch!?!
I love the two different takes on this card - a watercolor based dot and old hole punch circles!
Love these brightly colored butterflies!
So much better than opening a card full of real confetti!
I love the white on white here. So subtle and super easy!
Extra twine or old embroidery floss... time for a super cute tassel!
Didn't Lawn Fawn have a tiny envelope die recently? What a perfect way to use it on a card!
What do you think? Which one is your favorite?
Now, go get crafty!