Kids Birthday Cards - Use toys and rubber stamps to make birthday cards for kids. You and your children will enjoy making them.
Below are cards that I made myself but I believe that with supervision, your children can easily make them too.
Here's a couple of Splash Paint With Rubber Stamp Cards
How did I ever imagine this? Yesterday I went into a toy store looking for gifts for my nieces and nephew. And I found this: Splash Paint. I thought it may brings the children some creative fun this sunday when they visit me. What a surprise! I tried it out when I got home. And all I can say is that I'm keeping it for myself.
See what I created with it - Splash Paint Cards!
I use the Splash Paint equipment to splash green and yellow paints on a square white card. Punch the four corners and thread with black metallic thread. Mount it on a green splatter paper. Stamp frog image on white cardstock and color. Cut it out and mount onto the splash paint background. Then attach to a white basic blank card.
Stamp Used: Argentine Horned Frog from Frogs Rubber Stamp Collection by All Night Media
Stamp 3 butterflies with Brilliance ink. Cut them out and mount onto splash paint background card. Layer on violet card-stocks. Attach to white basic blank card. Then stamp "May Your Day Be Filled With Love" on bottom of card.
Stamps Used: May Your Day Be Filled With Love - Penny Black / Butterfly - Unknown
Do bookmark this page because I will be adding more kids birthday cards here. I will be conducting some card making classes for kids this coming school holidays. I must remember to take some snapshots and upload to this page. The children will definitely love the idea of having their handmade cards showcased here.