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National Strawberry Day Card

Did you know that today is National Strawberry Day? I think it's kind of weird that strawberry day is in February, but nonetheless, I love strawberries so I made this cute card.


I cut this out on my Brother ScanNCut machine. If you'd like to make one yourself, Here's a template. You can trace it into a program for an electronic diecut machine, or cut your card out by hand!

After you cut it out fold your berry in half to make a card, cutting it out of red cardstock or a fun red patterned paper, and the leaf out of green.

Glue the leaf on top of the front of your card and finish embellishing! I used some paper scraps, layered with stickers and a few Queen and Co. gems.



Do you love strawberries as much as me? I have strawberry plants from last years crop growing in my garden that will hopefully put off more berries this year!

Want more shaped cards? Check out this Bunny Card and these Easy Shaped Cards.

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7 comments:

  1. This makes me want to make a whole array of fruit-shaped cards!! Pineapples, anyone?

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  2. I love your homemade cards. They are so cute and original.

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  3. How CUTE! It's so bright and fun and cheery! I love that you used your diecutting machine to make the card base. The part I don't usually like about shaped cards is cutting them out by hand. They never turn out right! But hey-- if I could use my diecutting machine to do that for me, it would make it so much easier! I think I have used my Cameo to make a shaped card before... a while ago. I need to make one! Soon! :)

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    1. You could probably do this on your Cameo! Just trace the shape in Silhouette Studio. ;)

      I don't know if I'd make any shaped cards if I had to cut them out by hand. I don't have the patience, haha!

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  4. It's adorable! I would love to plant some strawberries in my garden this year, yum!

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