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Easy Pop Up Birthday Card DIY

For a special handmade touch, choose to make your next birthday card rather than picking up a generic store-bought card. Your friends and family will surely appreciate the effort and become surprised by your talent (no need to tell them just how to make a pop up birthday card easy). Check out these pop up card birthday DIY ideas or how to make pop up birthday cards that range from simple and beautiful to complicated and clever.

Flower Button Pop Up Birthday Card DIY

Why not add some fun to a birthday card? The handmade button card comes in a choice of pink cover card, green or multi colored button and is perfect card for anyone. What a special flower for a special day! You can add a white lace fabric underneath the flower to look better. The inner child in all of us will just love a birthday greeting like this!

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Birthday Gift Card

If you love bright colors and patterns but you’re not very confident in your drawing and painting skills just yet, then try using textured paper to make pictures with nice rectangle lines and clean edges in different size! It comes in so many patterns and color combinations that we doubt you’ll have trouble making a fun birthday gift design like this. You can also personalize for each of recipients by adding a name tag to the card cover with a pretty ribbon.

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Beautiful Ribbon Pop Up Birthday Card DIY

By twisting each piece of ribbon together to create beautiful flowers, decorating with green paper on the heart-shaped blank card cover will create a card that makes everyone happy when received. This pop up card birthday is so easy but it’s always nice to have options when it comes to making nice things. Sometimes, when you don't want to spend a ton of cash but still wish to give a little something to someone on their birthday, here it is.

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