Last week I shared a couple of Lego projects with you…a Lego birthday cake and Lego-inspired sponge water bombs. I have one more for you…the greeting card I made for the birthday boy.
Since the entire party was Lego themed, I figured I should keep the theme going with the card! I also couldn’t resist using the font I found in Picmonkey for the title of the picture above. It is called “Budmo Jiggler”. Perfect!
I started out with some primary colored stationary from my stash…a navy envelope, yellow folding card and a piece of red cardstock.
I designed the wording in Photoshop using the “Graffiti” font, printed it out on white cardstock, trimmed it to size and used a glue stick to attach it.
Using the red cardstock, I cut out three Lego bricks to fit the left side of the card. A hole punch provided the “studs” for the bricks. BTW…I had to look that term up!! I just called them bumps but apparently that is not correct in the world of Lego! Who knew?
I used a glue stick to attach the base of the bricks first, then used a hot glue gun to add the “studs”. I prefer using a glue gun when I want the pieces to have dimension. You have to work a little faster but I love the look.
This card didn’t take much time at all to create and is an easy one to add to your birthday card collection!
I link up at these great parties!