Happy Birthday Chicks Cards

Hi friends,

This Birthday Chicks stamp set from My Favorite Things is so cute! I found it on sale at a stamp store recently and I believe it’s discontinued. ☹️ Do you have it in your stash? If not, My Favorite Things has so many other cute stamp sets and fun dies to choose from.

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I made a couple of simple and fun birthday cards using these cute little chicks. All of the images are part of the Birthday Chicks stamp set except for the “happy birthday” sentiment. That one is from the Extended Celebration set from Unity Stamp Company.

To make the cards, I stamped the images with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored them with Copic markers. Then I trimmed closely around the images. Many of the stamp sets from My Favorite Things have matching die sets, which makes cutting out images so much easier. Since I found this stamp set on sale, I wasn’t able to get the matching dies. ☹️

I attached a piece of patterned paper to a white card. I attached the images to the cards, popping some of them with foam tape. I stamped the sentiments on white card stock and added them to the cards.

I used 2 different scalloped circle punches (similar to this and this) on the card below and popped the images with foam tape. I also layered the sentiment to matching card stock and attached it to the card with foam tape.

I love how bright and cheery these cards turned out! They are sure to bring a smile to the birthday girl or boy. 🙂


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