Minecraft birthday card

Celebrate your loved one's special day with a creative and fun Minecraft birthday card. Find inspiration for unique card designs that will make their birthday extra special.
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Happy Thursday! Today I am sharing birthday card #2 for the week. This one was for my middle son's birthday this past Sunday. He had a Minecraft birthday and loved this card! I used green, white, black and gray Recollections cardstock on this card. Yes, it totally felt odd using only solid colors for both this card and the Patriots card I shared earlier this week! The white layer is embossed with a brick embossing folder. It is really hard to see in these pictures, but it looks awesome in…

Karen Wood
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Birthdays can be a very wonderful and special time for a person. It is also the perfect time to show how much people around you really mean to you. There are so many ways to celebrate and wish birthday to your loved ones like:.

Joan Hoggard
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I’m making a Minecraft Birthday Card for my grandson’s 7th birthday. Above is a screenshot of the design in Cricut Design Space. This program is so easy to use and an excellent tool to create/recreate customized projects. I can write my own sentiments, make multiple layers and create unique designs.

Teresa Wyeth
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Last week, when we had no electricity, the little boy next door had these little figurines all lined up around their picnic table. His parents were busy cleaning up debris from the storm. Not knowing what he was playing with, nosy neighbor (that would be me) decided to investigate. The little figurines were all characters from Minecraft, a computer game the kids enjoy playing. Brantley explained, in detail, who each character was and what they did. I still don't quite understand where the 3…

Ruxandra Manea