Lego Greeting Card

Lego Greeting Card

Lego Greeting Card 550 535 Consie Sindet

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.
How to make a Lego greeting card for a fun birthday addition!• AtopSerenityHill.com #greetingcard #lego #birthdaypartySince 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!
cardstockforlegogreetingcardI started out with some primary colored stationary from my stash…a navy envelope, yellow folding card and a piece of red cardstock.
gluestickonlegogreetingcardI 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.
makinglegobrickscardstockUsing 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?
How to make a Lego greeting card for a fun birthday addition!• AtopSerenityHill.com #greetingcard #lego #birthdaypartyI 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!

 

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