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Balloon Mosaic Oversized Greeting Cards

Balloon Mosaic Oversized Greeting Card

Valentine's Day is so close!! This year, go BIG with a giant greeting card with mini balloon mosaics! It was a first doing Balloon Mosaics so small, but it worked. The best thing about this DIY is it can be done with balloons or with felt or even paper to have it last it longer. 


YOU GUAC MY WORLD:

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  1. Line up 2 of the foamboards and using the white duct tape, tape along the left side of the stacked foamboards. 
  2. Once you're greeting card is taped, spray paint it in pink. 
  3. Using the TEMPLATE, create the mini avocado Balloon Mosaic. Glue it to the front of the greeting card once it's dry.
  4. Using either the SVG file on the Cricut or the PDF file to cut by hand, cut out the font using vinyl and adhere to the front of the greeting card.   

 

I LIKE THE WAY YOU ROLL:

Tools:

Materials:

Instructions:

  1. Line up 2 of the foamboards and using the white duct tape, tape along the left side of the stacked foamboards. 
  2. Once you're greeting card is taped, spray paint it. 
  3. Using the TEMPLATE and instructions, create the mini Sushi Balloon Mosaic. Glue it to the front of the greeting card once it's dry.
  4. Using either the SVG file on the Cricut or the PDF file to cut by hand, cut out the font using vinyl and adhere to the front of the greeting card. 


YOU ARE ONE IN A MELON:

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Materials:

Instructions:

  1. Line up 2 of the foamboards and using the white duct tape, tape along the left side of the stacked foamboards. 
  2. Once you're greeting card is taped, spray paint it. 
  3. Using the TEMPLATE, create the mini Watermelon Balloon Mosaic. Glue it to the front of the greeting card once it's dry.
  4. Using either the SVG file on the Cricut or the PDF file to cut by hand, cut out the font using vinyl and adhere to the front of the greeting card. 

TIP: If you want this for pictures or a custom color for your greeting card, make sure to spray paint with any GLOSSY spray paint and then use satin or eggshell latex paint. This ensures there isn't any reflection when photographing. 

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Comments

Laura - February 7, 2020

These are darling! I just love following you on Instagram…and you were AMAZING on NBC’s Making It! I LOVE the show!

JAMILA - February 5, 2020

You are awesome. I can’t wait until I’m able to make these cards. I loved your work on making it!

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